Residents across the Northeast woke up Thursday to more than 100,000 new power outages and record early snow from a nor’easter that struck just 10 days after Superstorm Sandy battered the region.
“We’re right back to the same situation,” Kirk Walker of Hackensack, N.J., told NBCNewYork.comafter power went out for the third time at his home since Sandy struck.
“They said it was gonna be a rough winter,” Walker added. “Sign of things to come, I guess.”
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