New Storm Threatens to Strike Areas Damaged by Sandy Tomorrow
by News Editor
Bloomberg – About 974,000 power customers entered a second week without electricity following Hurricane Sandy as temperatures dropped below freezing in parts of devastated New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.
Blackouts declined as electric utilities restored power to about 198,000 homes and businesses overnight, the U.S. Department of Energy reported on its website. The work came as utilities and state officials warned of renewed power failures from a coastal storm expected to strike damaged areas tomorrow.