As steps toward recovery slowly progress in the wake of Sandy, another storm may soon be hitting the East Coast in time for Election Day.
The National Weather Service's Prediction Center issued a warning for a possible nor'easter, which may hit the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions as early as next Tuesday.
While the storm is not anticipated to be as destructive as Sandy, the prediction center anticipated the storm will "cause light to moderate precipitation around that region of the country" and "produce impacts much less extreme."
The Washington Post reports that the European Centre Medium Range Forecast (EURO) model, which tracked Sandy over a week before it hit, shows a simulation of the storm that will bring moderate rains and gusty winds in many of the same areas ravaged by the superstorm.
The impending storm may possibly delay the recuperation efforts of both New York and New Jersey.