When it rains, it pours.
As the city continues to reel from Superstorm Sandy, the National Weather Service has some bad news for beleaguered New Yorkers: More is on the way.
According to the NWS, a Nor'easter on its way from Florida is expected to hit the region on Wednesday, bringing with it heavy rain and gusts as high as 60 mph.
In addition to a northeast wind of up to 29 mph and as much as half an inch of rain, the temperature Wednesday is expected to peak at only 44 degrees, and drop as low as 37 degrees at night.
While meteorologists have been quick to point out that the storm will in no way match Sandy's power or magnitude, another bout of bad weather is the last thing that residents whose homes and lives were destroyed last Monday want to endure.
“This is complicated, because it is a storm that would approach before we've recovered from the first storm, and would hit communities, some of which may not have power, some of which may already have flooding,” said Gov. Andrew Cuomo during a press conference Monday. “So it complicates the situation.”