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WeatherBug Meteorologists Exclusive Sandy Briefing

UPDATED 11:45 AM EDT, October 28, 2012

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Chief WeatherBug Meteorologist Mark Hoekzema offers this exclusive video look at Hurricane Sandy and its potential effects.

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Story image: Early in the morning on Oct. 25, 2012, the Suomi NPP satellite passed over Hurricane Sandy after it made landfall over Cuba and Jamaica, capturing this highly detailed infrared imagery, showing areas of deep convection around the central eye. Besides the highly detailed infrared imagery, the satellite shows visible-like imagery of the cloud tops, along with the city lights of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. NOAA/NASA

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