Here is a time lapse video of weather conditions in South Plainfield, New Jersey on the day that Hurricane Sandy came ashore in South Jersey. The storm brought 70 mile per hour winds for a number of hours knocking down trees, street signs, and traffic lights around the town. Barometric pressure dropped to 28.42 inches of Hg, the lowest pressure ever recorded at GWC. The previous low mark was 28.63 inches of Hg in Hurricane Irene some 14 months before.