Sandy-torn northeast deals with more wind, snow
NEW YORK (AP) -- The nor'easter that interrupted recovery efforts from Superstorm Sandy is pulling away from New York and New Jersey, and is making its way into New England.
In its wake is a blanket of thick, wet snow that snapped storm-weakened trees and downed power lines from Brooklyn to storm-battered sections of the Jersey shore and Connecticut.
Households that waited for days without power because of Sandy were plunged back into darkness in temperatures near freezing.
However, roads in New Jersey are clear for the morning commute, and rail lines into New York City are running smoothly so far.