Storm threatens record flooding
The National Weather Service warns that as Hurricane Sandy transitions into a nor'easter and comes ashore, the storm is expected to produce record coastal flooding. The storm tide, meaning the storm surge plus the tide, could reach 10 to 12 feet. But with the hurricane still offshore Oct. 28, some couldn't resist the high surf.
Pollution from Hurricane Sandy could reach Cape Region VIDEO: Clip shows wind at height of Sandy in Lewes Delaware SPCA joins response to Hurricane Sandy Sandy levels dune, closes IR bridge State park fishing pier damaged by Sandy PHOTOS: Readers submit Hurricane Sandy pics Lewes BPW customers go hours without power Markell ends state of emergency for Sandy Delmarva Power has restored service to most customers VIDEO: Sand removed from Route 1 Private road opens for Primehook Beach residents Delmarva Power makes considerable progress with restoration effort Most Delaware state parks to reopen Oct. 31 Utility crews turn on the lights Sand covers Route 1; IR bridge declared sound DEC working to restore power in Sussex All restrictions in Rehoboth lifted Lewes survives Sandy’s surge Cape May-Lewes Ferry to resume operations Oct. 31 Blood Bank of Delmarva to open Oct.31 Delaware Bay beaches suffer erosion Hurricane fells trees in Rolling Meadows Damage surveys begin as Sandy pulls away from Sussex, Mid-Atlantic Sandy turns out the lights DEC working to restore power to members Delmarva Power mobilizes nearly 2,000 employees, contractors to respond to Hurricane Sandy Commercial traffic banned on Delaware Memorial Bridge VIDEO: Sussex EOC airs update No. 7 Status of new Indian River Inlet bridge Delaware Public Health call center storm recovery support line opens Oct. 30 President Obama signs Delaware emergency declaration Delaware National Guard assisting during Hurricane Sandy State Farm ready to respond to Hurricane Sandy DNREC advises septic system owners on flooding impacts from Hurricane Sandy SANDY: Hurricane update Red Cross response efforts continue as Sandy strengthens Motorist advisory: Hurricane Sandy impacts Delaware Memorial Bridge operations Lewes flooding ahead of storm's landfall DelDOT issues road closures Maps of mandatory evacuation areas Delaware Helpline offers hurricane information Markell issues Level 2 driving restriction Delmarva Power ready to combat Hurricane Sandy State offices closed Monday Delmarva Power prepares for potentially devastating hurricane Mail carriers will make rounds early in Sussex Bayhealth-Milford Memorial issue cancellations Markell implements Level One Driving warning National Weather Service issues briefing about Sandy Delaware National Guard readies for Sandy Sandy is trick, not treat for Cape Region DART bus, paratransit services suspended UPDATED: Beebe prepares for storm Seven shelters now open Cape state park, campgrounds closed Markell: Mandatory evacuation is now 6 p.m. Sussex County EOC issues video update City of Rehoboth urges caution for residents Storm nears Cape Region UD suspends classes through Oct. 30 Red Cross: What to bring to shelters TRAFFIC: Westbound Route 50 down to one lane Tides already high along coast Shelters open at noon Division of Public Health opens two medical needs shelters High water closes Route 1 north of IR Inlet Bridge Horses can be sheltered at Delaware State Fairgrounds Markell orders coastal evacuation Cape May-Lewes Ferry suspends operations Blood Bank of Delmarva preps for storm Sussex: Stay alert, informed about storm Delaware Tech closed Monday, Oct. 29 National Weather Service issues Coastal Flood Watch State parks to close Oct. 28 in anticipation of storm Tide, wind could be challenge for Cape Region Utility companies prepare for the worst Heavy wind, rain may close Bay Bridge Insurance commissioner: Brace for Sandy DelDOT prepares for storm Download family emergency plan on FEMA website State police urge safety during storm Delaware Electric Cooperative on standby for storm Red Cross: Download free app for hurricane info DEMA: Get ready now for Hurricane Sandy Animal owners should prepare now for storm Sandy intensifies as storm heads north Candidate asks politicians to rally to help local residents Preparations begin across Cape Region Some hotels offer shelter from storm to local residents DSU cancels campus operations through Oct. 30