On Thursday, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), the center of Hurricane Sandy, now a Category 2 hurricane, was inland over southeastern Cuba, 10 miles north-northwest of Santiago de Cuba and 50 miles west-northwest of Guantanamo. On the forecasted track, the center of Sandy will continue across Cuba, reaching the Bahamas later Thursday and taking 24 hours to pass through those islands. There is generally good agreement between the models for the track path over the next 72 hours.

Hurricane Sandy is then expected to move north, up the eastern coastline of the United States over the next several days.

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