Hey, remember Hurricane Irene? Or that Polly-Pocket-sized New York earthquake that I completely didn't notice because I was too busy taking a shit? (That's true.) Sound the alarms, for the next natural disaster is upon us: the potential convergence of Hurricane Sandy with two other winds—one strong cold front from Canada and something from the West called a mid-latitude trough—which weather experts suggest might be as intense and destructive as 1991's Perfect Storm and hits us on Monday.
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