Residents of storm-battered New York and New Jersey are bracing for more rough weather. A Nor'easter is set to hit the region devastated by Superstorm Sandy just more than a week ago.
In New York City, people in low-lying areas are being warned Wednesday to evacuate in case of flooding.
In New Jersey, winds picked up this morning as some storm-battered communities along the shore were ordered to evacuate later in the day.
But concern over looting has many residents staying in place. They say they don't want the little they have left to be stolen.
Weather experts say the system is weaker than anticipated, and it is expected to veer off shore. But it will still cause high winds and possible flooding.