The European model has been consistant day after day - showing an aggressive track that would pummel us with heavy rains and high wind from Sunday night through Tuesday morning. Well the newest run came in this afternoon and actually showed a drastic shift farther off the coast (closer to what the American model has been consistantly showing).
What this means: There's still hope that Sandy's impacts aren't as drastic as the European's "worst case scenario". If Sandy does take a wider shift east before tracking back toward New Jersey, we may not see significant impacts until Monday evening through Tuesday night.
I would still prepare as if conditions will deteriorate quickly by Sunday night. However there's still a chance it won't get windy and we won't have as heavy of rain until Monday night.