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(CNN) -- For those in the New York area suffering not only from the devastating storms but also from gas lines that have lasted longer than a work shift, some relief is on the way Friday.
Hundreds of thousands of customers were without electricity across the region, most of them in New York and New Jersey, with the nor'easter that swept through Wednesday only adding to those totals.
Temperatures were expected to rise to 50 degrees on Friday and continue to rise close to the 60s over the weekend, forecasters said.
Originally posted by littled16
reply to post by Cosmic911
Reminds me of back in the 1970s during the "oil crisis". You could only get gas every other day (depending on your license plate number) and everyone was completely outraged at the high price of gas- a whopping 51 cents per gallon!
Aaaah...the good old days!