A storm is approaching one of the highly populated parts of the United States. And it’s not an ordinary storm. It’s a hurricane that has been dubbed “Frankenstorm” because of its mix of winter and tropical cyclone weather. To help the population prepare for it, Google’s Crisis Response Team just developed a map around Hurricane Sandy to let you know where the storm is and provide you with updated emergency information. Having claimed the lives of at least 41 people in the Carribean, Huricane Sandy is expected to bring with it historic storm surges when it slams into the Mid-Atlantic part of the country starting Monday evening. Read the full story at The Next Web.
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