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    Superstorm Sandy turned this region upside down, destroying homes, obliterating businesses, ruining coastlines, and uprooting lives. Like so many, I watched as Sandy reduced our beach-side towns to rubble. In the two years that have passed, the focus has been on rebuilding getting people back on their feet. But what if you could fight Mother Nature?Hurricanes are fueled by the heat and energy in warm ocean water.
    Superstorm Sandy turned this region upside down, destroying homes, obliterating businesses, ruining coastlines, and uprooting lives. Like so many, I watched as Sandy reduced our beach-side towns to rubble. In the two years that have passed, the focus has been on rebuilding getting people back on their feet. But what if you could fight Mother Nature?Hurricanes are fueled by the heat and energy in warm ocean water.

The tristate region is getting an early taste of summer even though the season doesn't officially begin until Saturday.

Temperatures were in the 70s and 80s before the morning rush in New York. The mercury was expected to hit the middle 90s in parts of the New Jersey on Wednesday.

A heat advisory is in effect for the Garden State from noon until 7 p.m. for Mercer, Gloucester, Camden and northwest Burlington counties.

Forecasters say the heat and humidity will combine in those areas to make it feel like it's in the mid to upper 90s.

People are advised to wear light clothing and drink plenty of water.

There's a chance for rain to cool things down Wednesday night.

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