The National Hurricane Center just changed its advisory and labels Sandy a hurricane once again.
Hurricane Sandy is currently 500 miles south of New York City.
She has sustained winds near 75 mph.
Windy weather will continue in the wake of Sandy, and temperatures will fall dramatically as cooler air floods in across the region. A generally sunny and dry week on the way.
Tonight: windy and Clear, Low 57, NW 20mph.
Monday: Sunny and Windy, High 73, NW 15mph.
Tuesday: Sunny and Cool, Breezy, High 71, NW 15 mph.
Wednesday through Friday: Mostly Sunny and Dry, Highs 74-81.
Weekend: Partly Sunny, Nice, Isolated Shower, High 80.
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What you can expect overnight:
Gusty winds 30-40mph possible along the coast. Rain squalls begin to taper off overnight.
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