And right now, a new storm is hitting the northeast and many families still rebuilding after hurricane sandy are pounded again by wind and snow. And there's a worry tonight that people without heat... See More
And right now, a new storm is hitting the northeast and many families still rebuilding after hurricane sandy are pounded again by wind and snow. And there's a worry tonight that people without heat could be in danger from hypothermia. Abc's meteorologist ginger zee has visited one of these hard-hit places and we see you there, ginger. It is snowy and it looks very cold. Reporter: It is very cold. It feels like it's probably wind chi CHILL OF LOW 20s. You can see the piles of trash, mounds of sand that line streets like this in rockaway park, just outside new york city. Really hard-hit areas, they are not just covered in snow. And just a mess. And get this. More than 22,000 people, tonight, have lost power from this new storm already. And we've got a whole night of nor'easter ahead. An ice cold coating of fresh misery. And it has plenty of company tonight. With a new storm on the way. How do you feel? Tired. Exhausted, but hey, what am i going to do? This is life. Reporter: You can see it on every block. And in every tattered home. This is the water line, right? Yes. Reporter: Up to -- 53 inches. Reporter: After a week of CLEANING UP, regina McManus had to shut down the generator she's been living off. Bringing it inside to protect it from the nor'easter. Without power, the temperature in the house is already at 45 degrees and dropping. Another one's coming, but I'm being reassured that it's going to be a flood zone this time. Reporter: Police are pleading with people to seek shelter. And those shelters are making room by carting out bulky bags of donations. We're trying to do is clear out a shelter so people who haven't evacuating can have a place to stay. Reporter: While regina is sticking it out her neighbor says he didn't stay for sandy. And won't stay for this one either. Hopefully it's not going to be as bad but we're not going to stay. We're not going to stay. Got to think of my family first. Reporter: Winds could gust up to 60 miles per hour and that is one worry tonight, that debris, still lying everywhere along the coast, could blow around and become projectiles. Diane? Sure hoping for safety tonight for everyone there. Thank you, ginger.
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