Posted at: 11/05/2012 9:26 AM
By: Jay Gray, NBC News
One week after Hurricane Sandy victims of the storm are keeping a close eye on a new weather threat.
Severe cold is expected to sweep across the Northeast, where many are still waiting for electricity.
Deliveries of food, water, warm clothes, and other necessities continue to pour in, but there are still hundreds of thousands without power.
By the middle of the week a harsh Nor'easter is expected to blow into the same region hit by Sandy, bringing freezing temperatures, high winds and two to four inches of rain.