Nor’easter Could Bring Snow to Sandy Affected Region
Following Tuesday’s coastal flood watch for the Jersey shore by the National Weather Service, a nor’easter that is headed to the Northeast coast of the U.S. may bring less wind and rainfall (on land, because the storm is expected to move farther out to sea) than expected as it hits a region reeling from Hurricane (and Superstorm) Sandy.
Forecasters Wednesday morning said the storm could bring some winter precipitation with it.
With many in New York and New Jersey still without power or heat in the aftermath of Sandy and temperatures below freezing Tuesday night in South Jersey, officials, such as New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, urges victims of Sandy t take advantage of the shelters that are available.
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