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Weather chat today: After Sandy, what next?

News 12 Traffic & Weather meteorologist Rich Von

News 12 Traffic & Weather meteorologist Rich Von Ohlen, who participated in a video chat last year ahead of superstorm Sandy to warn us about the storm's severity, will be joining us again for a recap and look ahead on Oct. 31. (Credit: Google)

Last year, on the day before superstorm Sandy hit Long Island, News 12 Traffic & Weather lead meteorologist and executive producer Rich Von Ohlen joined us in a live video chat to warn us that this storm was going to be big. Real big.

In our continuing series of live chats on Sandy-related issues, Von Ohlen joined us again for a recap and a look ahead on what to expect from weather events in the future.

Watch a replay of the video chat below, with reader questions in the chat and Von Ohlen's responses on air. An edited, condensed transcript is at the bottom.


PHOTOS: LI damage | Then and now | Aerial views
VIDEOS: Recovery still in progress | Desperate for buyout
DATA: Federal aid to victims | Storm damage | Infrastructure proposals | LI storm damage | How LI reps voted on Sandy funding
MORE: Year after Sandy interactive | Complete coverage


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Tags: Superstorm Sandy , weather , News 12 , Rich Von Ohlen , live chat

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