TELL US: Was Hurricane Sandy As Bad As 'Snowtober?'

For much of the past week, Hurricane Sandy dominated the region's media coverage. Did it feel worse or not quite as bad as last year's storm?

Much of the Northeastern United States slowed down on Monday to watch Hurricane Sandy make its way up the coast toward its eventual landfall on New England. Throughout the day, residents of Stoneham and elsewhere endured high winds and power outages and in some cases, downed trees and wires.

The storm came a year after the so-called "Snowtober" storm left many Massachusetts communities without power. So which storm do you think was worse: Sandy or Snowtober?

Let us know by posting a comment in the comments section below. 

Previous Storm Coverage

  • NSTAR: Several Hundred Stoneham Customers Without Power
  • Two-Hour Delay For Stoneham Public Schools; No AM Kindergarten
  • Governor Says State Offices Will Reopen at 10 a.m. on Tuesday
  • School Canceled at Greater Boston Academy Tuesday in Stoneham
  • UPDATED: NSTAR: Hundreds of Stoneham Customers in the Dark
  • NSTAR: 33 Stoneham Customers Without Power
  • Hurricane Sandy Massachusetts Live Blog
  • NSTAR: 33 Stoneham Customers Without Power
  • PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy in Stoneham
  • Hurricane Sandy Picks Up Steam
  • MBTA to Shut Down Service 2 p.m. Monday Due to Hurricane Sandy
  • How Long Will Food Last in the Fridge if You Lose Power?
  • Hurricane Sandy: Latest Track and What to Expect
  • Hurricane Sandy's Local Wrath Expected Monday Morning
  • Prepare: What's In Your Hurricane Disaster Kit?
  • Five Things: Hurricane Sandy Edition
  • Track the storm's path over your address with the Weather Underground's Wundermap tool
  • Stoneham Public Schools Canceled Monday Ahead of Hurricane Sandy
  • Gov. Patrick: Stay Home If You Can
  • Federal Officials: 'Time to Act is Now'
  • Hurricane Sandy Will Be The First Big Test for MEMA's New Emergency App
  • Eye On Sandy: Storm Tips From Mass Emergency
  • Seven Things You Should Do Today Before Hurricane Sandy Hits
  • Hurricane Sandy Pushes Farther West


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