A Nor'easter could sock Sandy-battered New Jersey in the middle of next week, the National Weather Service is predicting.
"This storm has the potential to bring strong, gusty winds ... rain/wintry precipitation .. and coastal flooding to the tri-state area," the NWS said.
The possible storm, coupled with temperatures in the 30s the next few nights, underscores the urgency to restore power to weary residents.
The NWS, however, says the storm is not a sure bet, despite the service issuing a hazardous weather outlook.
"There is still uncertainty to the exact track this storm will take," it reported.