Posted by | November 1, 2012 14:51 | Filed under: Top Stories

It won’t be as severe as Sandy, says the National Weather Service.

The storm may affect the regions anywhere between “Election Day (Tuesday) into next Thursday,” the service’s prediction center stated.

Increasing winds along coastal New England Tuesday onward “may lead to some coastal flooding and beach erosion,” it added. Mid-Atlantic states could also see some damage if the system becomes more westerly.

“It should be noted that this system is expected to be much weaker than Hurricane Sandy and produce impacts much less extreme and mainly away from the region most strongly impacted by Sandy,” the center stated.

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