Monday, October 29, 2012
She hasn't made landfall yet, but many along the East Coast are already feeling the effects of Hurricane Sandy with strong winds and power outages. Evacuations are taking place in several areas as residents race to gas stations to fill up and move out.
Meteorologist Chad Sewich says Sandy has strengthened overnight. He will be tracking the path of the hurricane throughout Sunrise. We'll also take you LIVE to communities right in her path.
Sandy is also bringing some windy conditions to the Tri-State over the next couple of days. Byron will have your 14 First Alert Forecast.
Also on 14 News Sunrise
This morning, we're also covering:
- Weekend robbery and shooting in Owensboro
- Fatal accident in Hopkins County
- Preview of tonight's special report, "Mayor Vs. Meth"
- Angel Tree Registration in Daviess County, KY
Be sure to stay with us throughout the morning on 14 News Sunrise for complete coverage of Sandy followed by The Today Show.