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Monday, October 29, 2012
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By Monday, the storm is expected to reintensify to a possible Nor'easter.
Hurricane Sandy briefly was downgraded to Tropical Storm Sandy, but has since reached hurricane strength again, according to the Associated Press. The NOAA has issued warnings and watches to the Southeastern parts of the country as of its 5 a.m. bulletin, including Florida, but said those up the Eastern seaboard need to prepare for its impact. The storm is moving North-Northeast at 10 mph and an increase in intensity and speed possible tonight and Sunday, according to the NOAA. Sandy is currently considered to be "very large," with winds extending as far as 450 from its center. WHDH's Pete Bouchard posted to his blog about a call he had with the director of the National Center for Environmental Prediction, Louis Uccellini, and James …