Sandy Victims to Confront Cold, Another Storm | Common Dreams
Cold temperatures and a Nor’easter loom over Sandy survivors still without power and heat. Temperatures dipped down to 39 in New York City Saturday night and are expected to get even colder Sunday night. Weather Underground co-founder Dr. Jeff Masters expects the mid-Atlantic and New England to face an early-season Nor’easter on Wednesday bringing strong winds and heavy rains to areas still affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Posted on November 4, 2012, in Air Quality, Charity, Children, Cities, Climate Change, Coastal Cities, Community, Disasters, Downtown, Elderly, Energy, Environment, Flooding, Health, Homeless, Lifestyle, Neighborhoods, Society, Threat and tagged energy, hurricane, new york, safety, Sandy, storm. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.