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Sunday Sandy Update

October 28, 2012; 7:15 PM ET

The comments yesterday on storm preparation ideas from the "seasoned pros" were excellent. Be sure to look back at yesterday's blog to see them.

As for Sandy itself, we expect to see some wild times tomorrow night into Tuesday with a lot of folks roughing it for a while afterwards.

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