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"Heavy rains and some gale-force winds were
expected to hit the region Sunday afternoon and evening, and still heavier rains
and hurricane-force gusts were expected to strike late Monday and Monday night.
Forecasters said the storm, currently rated as a Category 1 hurricane, would
likely cause flash flooding, widespread power outages and treacherous road
conditions. This storm will be historic, destructive and life-threatening," said
Bernie Rayno, a meteorologist with AccuWeather.com, adding that the collision of
a cool, low-pressure system from the Midwest and a warm, high-pressure front
moving up the coast have created unusually favorable conditions for a
devastating storm." ~ The Baltimore Sun "Good afternoon. This is Harford County
Executive David R. Craig with an important message. I have signed an Emergency
Declaration for the county in advance of Hurricane Sandy. The storm is projected
to bring 5 to 10 inches of rain to our area beginning today, becoming heavy
overnight, and lasting through Wednesday. Sustained winds of 30 to 35 miles per
hour are expected, with gusts reaching 60 miles per hour. The combination of
heavy rain and high winds will cause many downed trees, and citizens should
prepare for widespread power outages, potentially lasting several days.
Residents of areas prone to flooding should strongly consider self-evacuating.
During the height of the storm, the ability of emergency services to access
these areas will be limited, and we ask that you consider your own safety and
the safety of our first responders. This storm is unlike any storm we have
encountered in the past in terms of intensity and duration. Please be prepared
for multiple days of severe weather and recovery. Thank you and be safe." ~
Message from our County Executive on Sunday afternoon." I guess we have done all
we can. Prepared three lanterns, several flashlights and the portable radio with
freah batteries. Put lots of containers of ice in the freezers. Have lots of
bottled water, food and toilet paper. Filled buckets with water to flush the
toilets. (We have a well - no electricity, no water) Have the propane Colman
stove nearby. Brought in all of the lawn furniture and garden ornaments. Did all
of the laundry. Wonder what I have forgotten? Hoping that everyone in Sandy's
path will be safe.
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