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The video was taken on October 29 at noon, some 16 hours before Hurricane Sandy should make landfall here in the Hudson Valley. It is much worse out now an hour after I shot this video. This is going to be very, very bad by the time high tide comes tonight.
This video was shot at 9:45 a.m. on October 29, approximately at high tide. Note that this is the surge before the storm. Hurricane Sandy has not arrived yet. This is going to be one tough storm.
I can feel it, it’s going to be really, really bad.
In parts of Long Island, the flooding is much worse.
Other than the winds, the storm hasn't actually arrived in Nyack, NY at 9:35 a.m. However, it's already started flooding in the River village and it's going to get worse. So much water will be pushed into the Hudson River that by high tide tonight, the place I took this picture from will likely...
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