Power had just been restored on the North Shore of Long Island when the nor’easter knocked it out all over again Wednesday night.
In areas like Roslyn Estates, wires still dangled dangerously and homes were getting colder as a nor’easter bore down on the Tri-State Area on Wednesday, but the utility company said that many people would have to wait longer.
The sight of a working traffic signal and a few lights was a big lift Wednesday evening, but in Broad Channel, Queens, but residents found the nor’easter to be a cold slap in the face from Mother Nature.
On Long Island Wednesday, residents still slammed by Superstorm Sandy were suffering a second round of misery as the Nor’easter clobbered the area with snow.
Heavy, blowing snow was clobbering the northern suburbs Wednesday afternoon, hitting communities where thousands of people remained in the dark from Superstorm Sandy last week.
The ten-gallon gas limit for those filling up in Yonkers has been lifted.
Some New Jersey families were on the verge of seeing the light at the end of the tunnel Tuesday night after eight days without power.
Weather experts say a nor’easter that threatens to complicate Superstorm Sandy cleanup efforts on Wednesday now looks like it will be weaker than expected.
With a nor’easter forecast to sock coastal communities especially hard, the Brick Township Office of Emergency Management has issued a mandatory evacuation for all residents in low-lying waterfront areas of town.
With a Nor’easter expected to strike the area later this week, one New Jersey township has decided not to taking any chances.
Surrounded by horrifying devastation, residents of Staten Island were preparing Monday night for another hit when a Nor’easter plows through the area later in the week.
Many New Jersey residents faced yet another bone chilling night Monday as temperatures fell and power had yet to be restored to parts of the Garden State.
The storm was expected to bring an inch of rain and winds gusting up to 60 mph on Wednesday. It was set to arrive as much of Newark was without power due Superstorm Sandy.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday warned that the Nor’easter forecast to strike the metro area later this week could make a bad situation worse in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Power is slowly getting restored in New Canaan, but officials said they are concerned now that a Nor’Easter is brewing.