Weather lessons from Superstorm Sandy

USA Today: It's the most infamous left turn in weather history. One year ago this weekend, as Hurricane Sandy roared up the East Coast, it was about to make its unprecedented turn to the west, heading for its ferocious and tragic landfall in New Jersey as a "Superstorm" on Oct. 29, 2012. How unprecedented? "We looked into the tracks of past hurricanes, and there's not a single track like Sandy," according to Peter Hoeppe, head of geo risks research with global insurance firm Munich Re. In fact, in......

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