If Hurricane Joaquin Makes US Landfall, It May Get Expensive
If the hurricane hits the East Coast, torrential rains would add to an already saturated region and would likely have a costly economic impact.By Evan Thomas | October 1, 2015
Hurricane Joaquin is spinning up in the Atlantic. It's now a Category 4 storm with sustained winds at 130 mph.
The National Hurricane Center says if Joaquin turns north, it could make landfall on the East Coast of the U.S. — and it could get expensive. (Video via WBZ-TV)