Nor'easter dumps more misery on Northeast still reeling from Sandy11/8/2012
Just a week after being ravaged by Superstorm Sandy, residents of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions are getting blasted Wednesday by another heavy storm. A nor’easter added to the misery brought by Sandy, causing more power outages, canceling flights (about 1,200 across the Northeast) and bringing the possibility of more flooding. The winter storm, though not massive by typical standards, according to experts, is expected to dump snow from Pennsylvania to New England and could bring wind gusts up to 60 mph in some areas. Evacuations were also ordered in areas of New York City and New Jersey where flooding might occur. [Source]
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