Hurricane Sandy Victims Brace for Nor'easter

Damaging winds, rain and snow are expected to hit millions struggling to recover from the superstorm
3:00 | 11/06/12

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Millions of people struggling to recover from hurricane sandy. Some homeless, many without power, are bracing for damaging winds, rains and snow from a storm barreling up the coast. Sam will have the forecast coming up. But alex perez is in staten island, new york, with a look at how people are preparing. Good morning, alex. Reporter: Good morning, josh. Look at this scene. This is what many people are waking up to in staten island. There's 1.4 million people without power across the area here. Fema has been on the ground, trying to help people, trying to make sure things are on their way to becoming back to normal. They've helped about 34,000 people get to hotels and motels across new york, new jersey and connecticut. But still, a long road ahead of recovery here. And of course, with this cold blast of air headed our way, many people are concerned. They have to find somewhere warm to go. And for a lot of people without power, that means they have nothing to keep them warm in their homes. Authorities, of course, warning people, telling them to get to a shelter or somewhere warm.

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