(KCEN) -- The recovery continues today morning after superstorm Sandy.
But people are keeping an eye on the forecast as they clean up, as more severe weather is likely on the way.
Forecasters are warning a harsh nor'easter is on the way with two to four inches of rain and wind gusts up to 40 to 50 miles per hour.
FEMA administrators are saying the clean up will not take weeks, but months.
Help is pouring coming in from volunteers, including more than a thousand runners who refocused their energy from the canceled New York City marathon to making a difference.
And a day before the election, officials are scrambling to make sure enough polling places are available..
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said, "There's no reason why anyone shouldn't vote."
Deliveries of food, water, warm clothes and other necessities continue to pour in but there are still hundreds of thousands without power and homes and businesses have been destroyed.