Brigantine Police officials monitoring Hurricane Sandy

Brigantine Police officials monitoring Hurricane Sandy

posted October 25, 2012 by Lieutenant Tim Reed

Brigantine Police Department Chief John Stone advised residents to prepare for the storm.

The National Weather Service says the severity all depends on how Sandy tracks as it transitions into a large coastal storm and moves northward along the East Coast.

There’s the potential for heavy rain, strong winds, rough seas, beach erosion and coastal flooding

Tropical storm Sandy was upgraded to a hurricane Wednesday, and emergency management officials are strongly urging residents to pay attention to the storm and to monitor or website,,www. to prepare. Also signup for alerts on www.

We are keeping a close eye on updates regarding Hurricane Sandy and will be posting updates relevant to our area as we receive them. In the meantime, now is a good time to create or check your disaster supply kit and family disaster plan. Potential impacts of this storm are: flooding, debris, high winds, and power outages.”

“We’re closely monitoring the storm along with the National Weather Service,”

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