Track Hurricane Sandy on Google Crisis Maps

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With Hurricane Sandy making its way along the east coast, you likely are curious about watching exactly what's going on with the storm. Thank goodness for technology that allows you to see just what's shaking. Google has created a Crisis Map that allows you to add layers according to what you're most interested in seeing, including the current location, the forecast track, the three-day forecast cone, and importantly, emergency zone shelters and public alerts among many other layers.

If you're in an area affected by Sandy or if you have loved ones there, this map is a great way to stay on top of information.

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