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A woman returns home from work in the snow to her house in the New Dorp section of Staten Island, New York, on Wednesday.
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A couple stands in a bus shelter during a snowfall Wednesday in Dover Township, N.J.
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Jason Auer works in the snow cleaning a relatives house in the New Dorp section of Staten Island, New York, on Wednesday.
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Axel Benitez, 7, his mother, Lucia Figueroa, second from right, and his baby sister, Jelannie, in the stroller, evacuate from Coney Island with the assistance of friends Wednesday in New York.
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Gina Kohm tries to keep a tarp from blowing away which covers a pile of donated supplies at an aid station in the New Dorp section of Staten Island, New York, on Wednesday. Residents of New York and New Jersey who were flooded out by Superstorm Sandy are waiting with dread Wednesday for the second time in two weeks as another, weaker storm heads toward them and threatens to inundate their homes again or simply leave them shivering in the dark for even longer.
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Ben Colontonio talks on his cell phone wrapped in a blanket donated by the American Red Cross as a Noreaster approached in the wake of Superstorm Sandy on Wednesday in Little Ferry, N.J.
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Workers use heavy machinery to spread sand Wednesday in Harvey Cedars, on Long Beach Island N.J.
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People walk in a snowfall Wednesday in Dover Township, N.J., as the region pounded by Superstorm Sandy last week is hit by a Nor'Easter.
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A woman clears snow from her parked car Wednesday in Dover Township, N.J., as the region pounded by Superstorm Sandy last week is hit by a Nor'Easter. Gov. Chris Christie warned Wednesday that New Jersey may suffer a setback in its Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts as a result of the new storm.