Springfield, MO — It's a storm for the record books. Strong winds, heavy rain, blizzard conditions, and record low pressure for the northeast is causing major problems for millions.
The storm which made landfall this evening broke a record for low pressure in the northeast at 940mb.
Power outages are widespread in many areas and the worst is not even occurring yet. As of this post a million people were without power. This multi-faceted storm even has 1' to 2' feet of snow falling in parts of Virginia and W. Virginia.
Below is a look at that low pressure, the lines are called isobars, they connect lines of equal pressure. The circle is the eye of Sandy, where winds were near 90mph. It will continue to move on shore tonight and cause more problems tonight.
While it is crazy on the east coast, it is VERY calm here in the Ozarks. We will start out cool in the morning but eventually temps will be near 60 for highs.