"Cold Weather and New Storm Add To Victims' Misery"

"NEW YORK -- Shivering victims of Superstorm Sandy went to church Sunday to pray for deliverance as cold weather settling in across the New York metropolitan region — and another powerful storm forecast for the middle of the week — added to their misfortunes and deepened the gloom."

"With overnight temperatures sinking into the 30s and hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses still without electricity six days after Sandy howled through, people slept in layers of clothes, and New York City officials handed out blankets and urged victims to go to overnight shelters or daytime warming centers.

At the same time, government leaders began to grapple with a daunting longer-term problem: where to find housing for the tens of thousands of people whose homes could be uninhabitable for weeks or months because of a combination of storm damage and cold weather."

Jennifer Peltz and Michael Hill report for the Associated Press November 4, 2012.

SEE ALSO:

"Housing Woes Rise as Temperatures Fall After Sandy" (USA TODAY)

"Hurricane Sandy: New York's 'Massive, Massive Housing Problem'" (The Week)

"New York Faces 'Massive Housing Problem' After Sandy, Governor Says" (CNN)

"Six Days After Sandy, a Scramble for Gas and Housing" (CBS News)

"Fractured Recovery Divides the Region" (New York Times)

"Losses May Exceed Those of 2011 Storm" (Wall St. Journal)

"Hurricane Sandy Slams Small Business: 'Losing My Business Means Losing My House'" (Reuters)

"Recovery To Take 'Quite A Long Time' In Storm-Ravaged Breezy Point" (NPR)

"A Slow Return to Normal Skips the Gas Station" (New York Times)

"Government Seeks Apartments, Hotels for Sandy Evacuees" (Reuters)

"Northeast Power Outages Fall Below 2 Million" (Reuters)
 

Source: AP, 11/05/2012