Update: New video with the full path of the storm from NASA/NOAA's GOES-13 satellite. It includes data till 12:40am EDT. According to NOAA's 2:00am EDT update, Sandy is now northbound at near 14mph (22km/h).
It's expected to turn northwest and west-northwest later today. NOAA says that it's not going to weaken and, worse, "a little strengthening is possible."According to NOAA,
"Sandy is expected to intensify as it interacts with an upper level system moving from the Great Lakes."The northeast region"may experience a widespread damaging storm, possibly of historic proportions".According to NOAA,"Sandy is expected to slam into the New Jersey coast later monday night, bringing heavy rain and damaging winds"
to all areas. They warn that you shouldn't pay attention to the center of the storm, as all areas will have significant impact.