The National Hurricane Center says the latest storm track for
Hurricane Sandy has shifted further east and inland. The current track (as of 5:00 a.m. Friday, Nov. 26) has the
Parkersburg-Marietta area on the edge of a tropical or sub-tropical storm.
Not to overstate this scenario - it’s still early - but the current
predicted track shows the center of Hurricane Sandy would come ashore
in Delaware on Tuesday morning and move into central Pennsylvania as a tropical storm on Wednesday
morning, heading toward Lake Erie. Some forecast models have the tropical storm merging
with a winter storm over Pennsylvania.
such a storm
track holds true, significant rises on the Ohio River may be possible late next
WMOA News will follow developments closely next week. Tune in for updates.
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