Just what the Northeast needs. Not!
While the region still reeling from Hurricane Sandy’s knockout punches, a new storm – a nor’easter – is threatening to bring more misery the region on Wednesday.
The prediction calls for up to three inches of snow for Philadelphia with wind gusts of over 30 mph and snowfall of six to 12 inches in southeastern New York and New England.
The coast of New Jersey is expected to experience a storm surge of one to three feet.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has asked police to go to some vulnerable areas and ask residents to evacuate.
“This is a nor’easter. It’s not a massive nor’easter by winter standards, but at this time of year immediately after Sandy’s wrath and destruction, this isn’t what we want,” one weather expert said.
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Watch this video report on the storm from the Today Show: