Another Big Storm Predicted to Strike N.Y. and N.J. Weakening
A nor'easter meteorologists predicted would hit areas already hurt by Hurricane Sandy will likely be weaker
After Hurricane Sandy left millions without power, yesterday forecasters were predicting a nor'easter storm that could have done even more damage to the area. Fortunately, weather experts now say it will be lighter than expected.
While still warning of gusts up to 50 mph in New York and New Jersey, the storm that is expected to hit the area tomorrow will move further away from the shore. Jeff Masters of the private weather service Weather Underground told the Associated Press that will mean less wind and rainfall on land. Good news for many already coping with a devastating storm.