Less than a week after a deadly “bomb-cyclone” rolled through, a swath of East Coast states are bracing for another significant storm.
The fast-moving Nor’easter could affect 40 million people from Baltimore to New York City.
The National Weather Service says this winter storm is packing more howling winds, significant snow and drenching rain, depending on location.
Forecasters predict wind gusts of 40 to 50 mph, which is noteworthy, but not as powerful as the 90-mph gusts recorded in Massachusetts.
The timing couldn’t be worse for emergency crews trying to restore power to tens of thousands still in the dark.
At least nine people, including two children, died following last week’s fierce storm.
School closures and flight cancellations are expected – again.