Another East Coast storm may be in the works for next week, and it would threaten to add to the misery of those still dealing with the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Concern continues to grow that a storm will take shape along the Southeast coastline on Election Day before traversing the mid-Atlantic and New England coasts next Wednesday and Thursday.
Such a storm would be accompanied by rain, some wind and the possibility of snow over a part of the Northeast’s interior.
- Mid-Atlantic Nor’easter May Cause Post-Election Day Problems For East Coast (huffingtonpost.com)
- Forecasters Warn Of Possible Nor’easter Next Week In Sandy-Stricken States (washington.cbslocal.com)
- Forecasters predict nor’easter may hit East Coast (foxnews.com)