Local disaster relief teams will help victims of Superstorm Sandy deal with the impact of the nor'easter that just pummeled through the region.
Locally based disaster relief organizations, such as The Salvation Army and The American Red Cross, have already been working for several months helping victims of Sandy.
"Just this week we had a hundred days since Hurricane Sandy," says Maj. Ron Busroe of the Salvation Army's national office. He says response teams for their southern region, which includes Virginia, Maryland and the District are on standby for whatever may be needed by our neighbors to the north.
"The situation, of course, is that we're still working with the victims of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey, along Staten Island and on Long Island," he says. "So, we're already continuing to provide service there."
The main issue, says Busroe, is people who have lost their homes to Sandy. He says most of their homeless shelters are full every night.
And getting to the people who need those shelters is going to be much harder when traveling through several feet of snow.