Con Edison's Chris Olert details the latest numbers of New York residents without power due to superstorm Sandy. He says there are approx. 670,000 New Yorkers without electricity as of this morning, and though some will get power restored quickly it may take longer for others.
Norfolk, Virginia Mayor Paul Fraim says his biggest concern is the floodwater and the high tide.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter details the city preps ahead of Hurricane Sandy's landfall.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on residents heeding the warnings and preparing for power outages.
Con-Ed Spokesperson Alfonso Quiroz says his company is using 'storm rider' devices to monitor the water levels.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on preparations for Sandy and damage that could result in power loss for 1 million people.
1st Coast Guard's Real Admiral Dan Abel says the Coast Guard began preparing 'for this beast' last week.
Washington Mayor Vincent Gray says Hurricane Sandy is "unlike anything that we've seen before."
FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate on the latest in the federal response to Hurricane Sandy, and details why the preparation for Sandy is 'a big team effort.'
National Hurricane Center Director Richard Knabb says Hurricane Sandy is moving at a quicker pace as of now, but the big concern for the East coast is that the storm will slow once it hits land.