NEWS
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Mon Oct 28, 2013 07:26 AM CDT

The central U.S. agricultural community was mostly out of the line of fire from Superstorm Sandy when it blasted the East Coast in late October 2012. But on the 1-year anniversary of this event, the sheer power, size and devastating effect of this huge system have details that are worth noting. The following twelve Sandy-related details of "incredible-ness" are provided by the Associated Press.--Bryce

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SIZE-- With tropical storm-force winds that extended for 1,000 miles, Sandy was the largest Atlantic system on record. It needs to be noted that this measurement's logging only began in 1988.

STORM SURGE--- ...

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