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A Beginning List Of The Best Online Resources About Hurricane Sandy

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It’s Saturday morning, and Hurricane Sandy, also known as “Frankenstorm,” is projected to reach the United States in a day or two. I thought it might be useful to get a “The Best…” list started and add to it as it progresses.

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Here are my choices for A Beginning List Of The Best Online Resources About Hurricane Sandy:

The New York Times has a hurricane tracker.

From MSNBC:

Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

East Coast prepares for Hurricane Sandy is from CBS News.

Superstorm heads to the Northeast is an Associated Press interactive.

Northeast in crosshairs of possible ‘superstorm’ Sandy is from CNN.

Preparing for Hurricane Sandy Along the East Coast
is from The NY Times photo blog.

Massive Power Failures Expected Across Northeast is also from The Times.

Here’s how Hurricane Sandy looks from space:

NASA had the ISS take another shorter video later:

 

Preparing For Sandy is a NY Times slideshow.

Hurricane Sandy Strengthens and U.S. East Coast Braces is from The Wall Street Journal.

Sandy Sets Sights On East Coast is an NBC slideshow.

Photos: Sandy’s destructive path is from CNN.

Here are two videos from ABC:

Another video from space:

Google has created a Hurricane Sandy crisis site.

Why Sandy Has Meteorologists Scared in 4 Images is from The Atlantic.

Compare Irene to Sandy is from the Wall St. Journal.

The Wall St. Journal has a ton of videos.

Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Hurricane Sandy: Live Updates is from The New York Times.

Hurricane Sandy’s Top 5: What You Need to Know is from Weather.com.

Readers’ Photographs of Hurricane Sandy is from The New York Times.

Here’s the latest image of Sandy from space (via The NY Post):

Hurricane Sandy from Space on Twitpic

Here’s a picture of Atlantic City, New Jersey — underwater. Here’s another one.

Hurricane Sandy: View From Above is from The New York Times.

CNN has a main Sandy page.

Here’s an image from New York City (via Reuters):

Great Reuters photo showing why those of us in New York state... on Twitpic

This slideshow from The NY Times isn’t from Sandy, but it is about “Extreme Weather.”

This is a Coast Guard video of their rescuing sailors from the HMS Bounty replica in the midst of Sandy:

Here’s the latest NASA video:

Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Hurricane Sandy in Photos is from The Atlantic.

How to stay safe during Hurricane Sandy: 7 tips is from The Week.

Here’s a video of a 1938 hurricane that hit the Northeast — without warning — and killed 600 people:

The Frankenstorm Floods This Morning’s Front Pages is from Slate.

Photos: Sandy’s destructive path is from CNN.

Here’s a slideshow from NBC News.

Here’s a CNN video:

Storm surges expected to contribute to devastating flooding is an Associated Press interactive.

The New York Times has a collection of Sandy-related videos.

Inside Out: Umbrellas Gone Wild is a slideshow from NPR.

Hurricane Sandy Hits East Coast is a Wall Street Journal slideshow.

Superstorm Sandy: every verified event mapped and detailed is from The Guardian.

In the Eye of the Storm: Capturing Sandy’s Wrath is a photo gallery from TIME.

Teaching Hurricane Sandy: Ideas and Resources is a great post from The New York Times Learning Network.

Eight Classroom Resources to Help Teach About Hurricane Sandy is from Edutopia.

Sandy: New York devastation mapped is from the BBC.

Here’s an expanded Associated Press interactive.

The New York Times has several interactives.

Hurricane Sandy by the Numbers is a useful infographic

Dan Rather Showed the First Radar Image of a Hurricane on TV is from The Atlantic.

How to Help in the Aftermath of Sandy is from The Atlantic.

Hurricane Sandy: After Landfall is a photo gallery from The Atlantic.

Hurricane Sandy: The Superstorm is a photo gallery from The Boston Globe.

 

Devastation in New Jersey is a NY Times slideshow.

Hurricane Sandy: View From Above is also from The Times.

Region Crippled by Hurricane Sandy is another Times’ photo gallery.

Aerial Photographs of the Damage in New Jersey

Hurricane Sandy Aftermath Pictures of the Day

Surveying the Damage Along the Jersey Shore

Interactive: Slide To See Before And After Sandy is from NPR.

Sorting the Real Sandy Photos From the Fakes is from The Atlantic.

Superstorm Impact is from The Associated Press.

Staten Island, After the Storm
is a Wall St. Jrnl slideshow about where I grew up….

Here’s a CNN timelapse video:

Here are some more images from The Associated Press.

The Person Who Predicted Sandy’s Damage — In 2011

Making It Personal – Visualizations To Teach Hurricane Sandy

Source: huffingtonpost.com

Sorrow and Hope in a Visit to Staten Island After Sandy is from The Atlantic.

How you can help Hurricane Sandy relief in and around NY is from TED.

Hurricane Sandy Aftermath Pictures of the Day is from The New York Times.

New York Magazine’s Breathtaking Cover Shows A Blacked-Out Manhattan From The Sky

Superstorm Sandy: One year later is an interactive from The Associated Press.

On Superstorm Sandy Anniversary, Red Cross Under Scrutiny is from NPR.

Hey, New York! People Are Still Recovering From Superstorm Sandy is from The Huffington Post.

Hurricane Sandy resources from The New York Times.

Additional suggestions are welcome.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  2. The best DC-area resource is the Capitol Weather Gang blog on the Washington Post site: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang. Great in-depth scientific explanations of what the weather models are saying, and how the storm will impact the area.

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