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The Transition from Sandy to Superstorm

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Published on Oct 31, 2012

This is an excerpt from NASA video showing the transition Hurricane Sandy to a "Frankenstorm" hybrid nor'easter and tropical cyclone.
Particularly notable is the sharp westerly move the storm made as it encountered a "blocking high" west of Greenland.

Full video here: http://j.mp/SandySatVid
More on Sandy and climate at Dot Earth: http://j.mp/dotsandy

NASA description here:

GOES-13 Sees Life and Death of Hurricane Sandy

This animation of satellite imagery shows the life of Hurricane Sandy from its development in the Caribbean Sea on Oct. 21, through its track up the U.S. East coast and landfall. The animation continues through Oct. 31 when Sandy had weakened to a remnant low pressure area. Credit: NASA GOES Project

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