On October 29, 2012 Hurricane turned "Superstorm" Sandy slammed into the East Coast of the United States leaving death and destruction in its wake. This site is dedicated to helping the victims and discussing the science behind the “new normal” that is our 21st century weather.
When Hurricane Sandy slammed into the east coast, I wasn’t prepared for the chaos she would throw my life into. It had never crossed my mind that I’d end up unemployed (for an entire year!) because of Mother Nature. Making the decision to invest in coach training was so difficult. I had lost my home... Read more »
Natural disasters of 2011: From the earthquake & tsunami in Japan to the largest recorded tornado outbreak in history - slide 10
AUGUST 2011 - HURRICANE IRENE STRIKES THE EAST COAST: As summer was wrapping up in August on the East Coast, Hurricane Irene reared her ugly head. The coast prepared for disaster with widespread evacuations and disaster preparations. Irene made a direct – and violent – hit on NYC on Aug. 28. Irene made landfall on Eastern North Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane the morning before, leaving a path of flooding and destruction in its wake. Gov. Cuomo estimated the damages at $1 billion to the…