Orlando, FL (PRWEB) November 06, 2012
As if the coast of New York- New Jersey has not suffered enough damage and despair from Hurricane Sandy, there is now a Nor'easter headed directly for areas on the northeast coast that were already previously ravaged by the super storm Sandy. According to The Weather Channel.com, a Nor'easter “is among winter’s most ferocious storms. These winter weather events are notorious for producing heavy snow, rain, and over-sized waves that crash onto Atlantic Beaches, often causing beach erosion and structural damage. Wind gusts associated with these storms can exceed hurricane force in intensity.”
ABC News reports that the Nor'easter expended to hit the coasts of New Jersey and New York Tomorrow, Wednesday November 7, 2012 will be bringing strong 33 degree winds up to 55 mph, possible flooding of 3 to 4 inches of rainfall, and possible snow fall depending on the drop of temperature during the time of the storm. The Nor'easter is expected to cause more power outages and add to the current damage of fallen trees and residential harm. According to Philly.com, the coasts of New Jersey currently being aided by the Obama administration and Governor Chris Christie stated “We want those hardest hit by Sandy to know that there is an increased police presence in these Shore communities and that we will be vigilant to their homes and businesses while they are forced to remain inland for their safety. The president and his administration also stated this past Thursday that it would provide $16 million to hire 1,000 temporary workers in the Hurricane clean up of New Jersey. The administration also pledged $10 million for road repairs and the reimbursement of the cost of emergency power and the required public transit through the date of November 9th.
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