Just pulled some stuff off the world wide webs....... This part was posted by a user on a weather blog:
12z runs in good agreement for Superstorm Sandy
That is a 5 model consensus on a storm going under 945mbs in October off the East coast, in less than 5 days. The only global model outlier was the HWRF which kept it in the 950s because it didn't hook the storm back in to the east coast. Regardless, the modeled event has probably never happened before for this time of year. A sub 945mb storm off the East Coast in October is incredibly rare and likely the lowest pressure ever for an extratropical/subtropical storm in this region of the world in October. As Levi put it, this would redefine the 'Perfect Storm'.
It is 4 days out though, so there's room for model error.
We are almost in the "cone" for the NOAA National Hurricane Center maps:
Tropical Tidbit for the storm... These weather videos are very much worth the watch - possibly my favourite online weather stuff... His website: http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/
His cone (that I'm linking to... hope its ok!)
GFS runs at low resolution:
There is no guarantee that this thing will come close enough to Ontario... But sure would be exciting (from a weather and birding stand point).......