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>> Repairing damaged homes and restoring power after last week's nor'easter could prove even more difficult, Wednesday, when another major storm is forecast to slam the northeast. And though it may not end up as damaging as last Friday's rain and wind fest, which caused root soaked trees to topple from up to 50 mile per hour gusts.
Heavy snow is forecast from Delaware to Northern New England. The second part of a potential one-two punch for the tens of thousands of residents still without power, or even solid roofs over their heads.>> I had no more wood for my stove. I had no heat. I had no electric.
I have nothing, zero.>> Eroding beaches also a concern along the coast. These crews dumping rocks along the bottom of a retaining wall on Maine's Longsands Beach.>> All of our beaches have been pounded. Just about every high tide now since Friday night. And what we've seen is probably a loss of three to four feet of beach sand.
>> Similar restoration has been underway in Massachusetts, where waves pounded the sea wall and caused flooding to nearby streets and homes. The second round of wild weather moves through overnight, and is expected to last until Thursday morning.