Originally posted on vineoflife.net:
A satellite view of Hurricane Sandy shows the storm at 10:15 a.m. ET on Friday, October 26. Though it was no longer considered a hurricane when it hit the U.S., “post-tropical” Superstorm Sandy packed a hurricane-sized punch.
- Powerful satellites provide early, accurate predictions for the paths of dangerous storms
- Weather experts are concerned these satellites could be the victims of budget cuts
- Climatologists say such life-saving devices are crucial as more ‘superstorms’ could strike
- Today, New York is reviewing what steps it can take to prepare for devastating storms