Hurricane Sandy

Sandy was a post-tropical cyclone when it made landfall on October 29, 2012, five miles southwest of Atlantic City, New Jersey. Although wind speeds were moderate, Sandy’s diameter was enormous. More critically from a damage perspective, a record storm surge produced significant flooding particularly in the low-lying areas near the East River and several towns on the Jersey Shore. AIR’s damage survey team focused on the effects of storm surge on commercial and residential structures.

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