NEW YORK (AP) - The National Weather Service says a storm system currently brewing could bring colder temperatures, wind, rain and even snow to areas recovering from Superstorm Sandy.
The forecast for the area around New Jersey and New York, which were hit hard by Sandy on Monday, calls for temperatures to fall into the 20s by Monday night.
The weather service says a possible coastal storm Wednesday and Thursday could bring gusty wind, rain and snow. There's also the possibility for beach erosion.
Sandy caused widespread devastation, killing more than 100 people, destroying homes and knocking out power to more than 8.5 million people in the United States.
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