A tropical depression in the western Caribbean caught the attention of meteorologists on Oct. 22, 2012. It quickly grew in strength and became Tropical Storm Sandy. Over the next week, the storm developed into Hurricane Sandy, leaving a path of death and destruction as it moved across the Caribbean into the Atlantic. About a week later, on Oct. 29, it slammed into the densely populated northeastern portion of the United States. From the time it first formed until it made landfall, ...

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