NOAA captures a changed coastline from 5,000 feet up

Daily Climate: Stuck several states away and wondering if your vacation home on the shore is still standing in Hurricane Sandy's wake? Or simply curious to see the power and breadth of the Oct. 30 storm's reach? Uncle Sam can offer some insight. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has been sending airplanes along the East Coast capturing the shoreline's changes. The planes fly at 5,000 feet, taking high-resolution images of the coast. The resulting composite offers a virtual tour of the altered......

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