When storms collide
This photo, taken around 11:15 a.m. by a GOES satellite, shows Sandy and the front with which it's about to collide, creating a SuperhumongousFrankenstorm. The National Hurricane Center reports that after weakening yesterday, Sandy regained its hurricane status overnight and that the storm approaching from the front will only make it stronger before it slams into the continent somewhere in the area of New Jersey.
UPDATE: Looks like the storms have started to merge. Photo taken around 5:15 p.m.: