Will Hudson County see a rise in 'Hurricane Sandy babies' this summer?
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HUDSON COUNTY -- With no power, no hot water, and no phone service, what are a man and a woman to do?

Exactly.

Even when the odds of a "direct hit" are low, sometimes the right combination of circumstances results in a once-in-a-lifetime event.

If you happen to know anyone who is approximately 32 weeks pregnant, give or take a week, they may have conceived during Hurricane Sandy late last October, or during the immediate aftermath.

News organizations such as Time Magazine have been reporting on a potential rise of "Hurricane babies" in the local area in July and August.

(Note that pregnancy weeks are often calculated from the approximate date of the beginning of the woman's last menstrual cycle, assuming normal cycles. Men, thank you for continuing to read this...)

The issue begs some important questions. Will the children be named Sandy? (It works for a girl or boy, after all.) Or perhaps Windy? Maybe Raina? Haley? Gale? Harry Cain? Cy Klone? Sue Perstorm?

The answers, my friend, are blowing in the wind. The answers are blowing in the wind.
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