Super Typhoon Nuri Is Stronger Than Sandy, Coming For U.S.
Typhoon Nuri could cause record conditions in the Bering Sea over the weekend, and that'll eventually drop temperatures significantly in the lower 48.By Cliff Judy | November 7, 2014
The U.S. is about to feel the true effects of late fall as Super Typhoon Nuri — a storm even stronger than Superstorm Sandy that caused this damage — makes its way through the extreme northwest portion of the country.
NBC's Al Roker took the angle of fascination as he did his "vortex dance."
AL ROKER, NBC: "And this is what's so great about weather. I mean, everything is interconnected. This is the strongest storm on the planet right now approaching the Aleutian Islands."