Will Hurricane Sandy hit Maryland? While you are preparing for the impending storm you need to keep a close eye on the track of this system.
TRACK | Hurricane Sandy's path
Most models have the storm's center moving on shore north of Maryland and into New Jersey. This is a massive system that will carry torrential rains, and steady winds that will impact our region.
Widespread power outages are expected so make sure your family is prepared.
One model on the ABC2News.com Hurricane section has the center of the storm crossed directly over Harford County.
While advances in technology have made taking that one particular path down to street level a possibility, ABC2 News meteorologists suggests it is nearly impossible to be so precise on such a storm.
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Use the interactive radar map to stay informed, and learn as much as you can about this storm's path as it moves closer.
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