3:29 p.m. ET: ABC meteorologist Ginger Zee tweeted this photo from the Rockaways, a Queens community that was devastated by Sandy and now has to deal with the nor'easter. Watch her report on Nightline tonight.
2:03 p.m. ET: NOR'EASTER A'C OMIN'. A week after superstorm Sandy caused massive damage and power outages, some New York and New Jersey residents been evacuated ahead of a nor'easter that is expected to bring high winds and rain to the region.
Here's the view from the "Nightline" offices of the heavy snow falling over New York City. You can kind of see that it's already starting to stick to rooftops:
12:20 p.m. ET: There are 11 House races that are still too close to call…
ABC's John Parkinson reports: One of the closest races was for California's 7th congressional district, where Rep. Dan Lungren, the chairman of the House Committee on Administration, trailed Democrat Ami Bera by 184 votes with 100 percent of precincts reporting. Three other races in California showed Democrats with slight edges.
10:03 a.m. ET: Obama's Morning After: The last ballots are being counted in Florida, but a re-elected President Obama is less worried about counting votes in the Sunshine State than he is about counting the votes in a still sharply divided Congress that will be necessary to pushing through his second-term agenda.