This is the main view of the map. As you can see, it's mostly just weather radar of the impacts from Superstorm Sandy. There is a list of different views you can select to understand the situation in the Northeast.
Weather and Observations: High Wind Probability
If you select this tool, the map will show you where the high winds are most likely to exceed 39-miles-per-hour. As of 3 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon, Harrisonburg was somewhere in the 20 to 30 percent likelihood range, while cities that lay more north on the map, such as Luray, were in the 90 to 100 percent likelihood range.
Webcams and YouTube videos
If you click on the webcam and YouTube tool, you can see videos and live webcams that are organized by location.
This is a map of the impacts of Superstorm Sandy on New York City. You can take a look at evacuation zones, emergency shelters and links to power outage maps of the area.
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