The northeast definitely isn't getting any love from the "weather gods." Just a week after Hurricane Sandy swept through the region, it is about to be hit by what the Weather Channel calls, "Winter Storm Athena," on Wednesday.
7:22 p.m. Nor'easter turns out the lights in 60,000 homes in New Jersey, reports the Princeton Patch.
6:45 p.m. Some images of the storm in various places:
Maya Homes in New Jersey:
Joslinda Rodriguez (@dragonfly12107) in New York City:
@TheRealest_InIt in Connecticut:
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