In all seriousness, that thing is going to become an extratropical storm.
In meteorology terms, really freakin bad.
The jet stream is screwing with sandy's path, so it's going to slam into NJ, and there's a monster cold front coming across that'll run into it at the same time. Fronts normally indicate low pressures, and if that low pressure merges with the cat 1, it'll turn into an extratropical. Right now they're calling it "a bomb" because it'll act a little like t hat.
It won't be as bad as the perfect storm of 1991, but it's gonna be a big one.
The 1991 storm had a hurricane merge perfectly with a massive low pressure, and THREE cold fronts came down from canada behind it. o_o
If you're in NJ, NY, Mass., Etc, hunker down, because this is serious.