Flooded out residents concerned about another nor'easter

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Some residents in flooded out neighborhoods from Friday's nor'easter are still reeling from power outages as another storm takes aim at the Northeast. 

Timothy Grim, of Williston Park, was waiting for his power to be fixed since he can't heat his home without electricity.

"We are sitting here with sweatpants on, sweatshirts…numerous blankets that we can gather," he told News 12

Bryan Joyce, who lives on West Lido Promenade in Lindenhurst,  said the neighborhood was on edge since the roadway continues to be flooded from Friday's nor'easter. 

"This is a little unnerving," said Joyce. 

PSEG Long Island crews worked Tuesday to repair outages to homes. They say they are ready for the rain, snow and gusty winds expected from Wednesday's storm.

Anyone that loses power can call PSEG's outage hotline at 1-800-490-0075. Anyone who has registered for PSEG MyAlerts Service can text the word "OUT" to "PSEGLI".

PSEG LI continues power restoration as next storm takes aim

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