This NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012, shows superstorm Sandy slowly moving westward while weakening across southern Pennsylvania. The National Weather Service said a foot and more of snow was reported in lower elevations of West Virginia, where most towns and roads are. High elevations in the mountains were getting more than two feet and a blizzard warning for more than a dozen counties was in effect until Wednesday afternoon.
The East Coast is struggling to recover from Hurricane Sandy. Homes were destroyed by wind, water and fire. Millions are without power and roadways and tunnels are flooded. Dozens of people have died and damaged could be in the tens of billions. The cleanup and recovery could take months. We cover it all in this special, extended edition of the CBS Evening News.