The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning for much of the Eastern Shore including Ocean City.
Sunday morning much of the East Coast is bracing for the massive Hurricane Sandy to push on shore.
High wind warnings are in place from 2pm Sunday through 6am Tuesday morning for the following areas:
You can expect a North to Northeast wind 25 to 35 MPH with gusts up to 50 MPH. The National Weather Service says there will be prolonged strong winds, saturated soil, and an increased potential for downed trees and power outages.
Some structural damage is possible Monday, and Monday night.
A HIGH WIND WARNING MEANS A HAZARDOUS HIGH WIND EVENT IS EXPECTEDOR OCCURRING. SUSTAINED WIND SPEEDS OF AT LEAST 40 MPH OR GUSTS OF 58 MPH OR MORE CAN LEAD TO PROPERTY DAMAGE.
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