Environment Canada says the worst of superstorm ‘Sandy’ may have passed for most of the central and eastern provinces. But forecaster Geoff Coulson says the clouds aren’t parting just yet. The storm that hammered parts of Central and Eastern Canada is weakening, but still bringing rain, high winds and even snow to some regions. Sandy has killed at least 40 people in the US. At its height, the storm knocked out power to millions in the US and tens of thousands in Canada and has left New York’s subway system, three major airports and financial markets closed. A massive clean-up effort is underway, particularly in the hardest hit areas in New Jersey and New York.