Hurricane Sandy is expected to reach the East Coast by Tuesday, with the East Coast making its preparations for the storm, according to CBS News.
Hurricane Sandy has already caused at least 40 deaths in the Caribbean, as well as significant damages.
As of late Saturday morning, tropical storm winds had already reached the North Carolina coast.
Travel along the East Coast may be disrupted due to the storm, which is expected to cause massive flooding and widespread power outages along the East Coast, CNN reported.
Flights throughout the East have been cancelled, and even New York's round-the-clock metro system could see service temporarily suspended.
Beach towns have already begun evacuations and several governors have declared states of emergency.