From the ABC 7 Weather team

Sandy: Latest track and view Space Station

October 25, 2012 - 03:57 PM
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Here's the view of nasty Hurricane Sandy from 200 miles up.

The crew had a great view of Sandy today as the International Space Station flew over about 200 miles above the hurricane.

 The track and importantly the trend is for Sandy getting drawn into a strong upper level wave coming from the Midwest and drawing the tropical moisture into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast along with increasing winds could become a super storm which NWS forecasters have already dubbed a possible "Frankenstorm" the latest track.


The effects here in DC area still uncertain but the chances (now 60% chance) of it being a major (wind and rain) storm in our area. We will keep you posted with regular timely updates

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