The Weather Channel Presents 'Sandy: The Anatomy of a Superstorm'

via press release:

The Weather Channel Presents “Sandy: The Anatomy of a Superstorm”

One-Hour Special Exploring Unprecedented Superstorm

Premieres Sunday, November 4 at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. E.T.

WHAT: “Sandy: The Anatomy of a Superstorm” tells an all-encompassing story of the massive impact Hurricane Sandy had upon tens of millions across multiple states, including its nighttime landfall and the revelation of mass destruction

upon sunrise.


This one-hour special reveals the science of how this hurricane began in the Caribbean and developed into a devastating super storm, slamming the eastern United States as a combination hurricane/nor’easter/winter storm. The

program spotlights historical records broken by the storm and explores the possibility of more super storms in our future.


WHO: Produced by Peacock Productions, “Sandy: The Anatomy of a Superstorm” features the scientific insights and expertise of The Weather Channel meteorologists including Jim Cantore, Stephanie Abrams, Bryan Norcross, Stu

Ostro, as well as well-known scientist Bill Nye, “The Science Guy” as they relay their first-hand experience in analyzing, forecasting and warning of the unprecedented storm.


WHEN: Sunday, Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. E.T., repeating at 9 p.m. E.T.

About The Weather Company
The Weather Company (TWC, formerly The Weather Channel Companies), is the world’s leading weather authority. Through The Weather Channel,, Weather Underground, and third-party publishing partners, the company provides millions of people every day with the world’s best weather forecasts, content and data, connecting with them through television, online, mobile and tablet screens. Through WSI and Weather Central, the company delivers superior professional weather services for the media, aviation, marine and energy sectors. The Weather Company is owned by a consortium made up of NBC Universal and the private equity firms The Blackstone Group and BainCapital.

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