Rare November Snowstorm Strikes In Wake Of Sandy

Climate Central: It's rare enough to have a hurricane make landfall in New Jersey, but it's downright unheard of to have a New Jersey hurricane followed one week later by a significant early season snowstorm. Yet that's exactly what unfolded on Wednesday, as a powerful nor'easter helped provide just enough cold air to dump more than a foot of snow in the Tri-State area of Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York. Contrary to initial weather forecasts, accumulating snow occurred all the way to the badly damaged New......

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