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Fierce Storm Expected to Hit New York On Sandy Anniversary
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29 Oct 2017 12:10 PM EST

On Sunday, CNN reported that near hurricane-force wind gusts and heavy rain are set to batter the Northeast on the five-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. Tropical Storm Philippe formed near western Cuba a few days ago and was racing up the Atlantic Ocean off the East Coast early Sunday. In a morning advisory, the National Hurricane Center said that Philippe's trajectory turned toward the northeast and was moving away from Florida at about 32 mph. Philippe is expected to produce average rainfall totals of 2-4 inches throughout the region.

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