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October 29, 2012
A woman took a photo of the ocean on the boardwalk at Rockaway beach in the Queens borough of New York early Monday.
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A steady wind from Hurricane Sandy swept through Hatteras Island, N.C.
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People talked outside a boarded up Congress Hall Hotel in Cape May, N.J.
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Mike MacLelland II and his father boarded up his winter rental cottage on Turner Road in Scituate Sunday.
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Hurricane Sandy was moving toward the northeast Sunday night with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph.
Dirt Murray secured his houseboat in preparation for Hurricane Sandy in Gloucester on Sunday.
The Boston area is expected to get 1 to 2 inches of rain, and 1 to 3 inches could fall in Worcester and further west.
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Katie Held, of Cambridge, stocked up on candles and other supplies on Sunday.
Workers on Sunday fortified the seawall at Oceanside Dr. in Scituate.
Jerry McKay worked to secure a houseboat in Gloucester.
Heavy surf flooded a road in Buxton, N.C.
Turbulent waves didn’t deter one fisherman in Montauk, N.Y., on Sunday.
Two women braved the strong winds in Virginia Beach, Va.
Molly White covered up at a beach in Frankford, Del.
People took shelter in a high school gymnasium in Lewes, Del.
The subway system in New York City was shut down on Sunday night.
Con Edison workers placed sandbags to cover power vaults in New York.
A business owner boarded up his shop in Alexandria, Va.
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People in Atlantic City, N.J., waited at the convention center to be evacuated.
A woman tied lines on a dock in City Island, N.Y.