In any given winter, New Jersey shrugs off nor’easters and other storm systems by the dozen. Life goes on. The state keeps moving. But the new reality after Superstorm Sandy flattened the coastline is far different…"We don’t have any coastal defense, and we have an entire winter storm season coming," said David Robinson, the state climatologist at Rutgers University. "That could be a serious problem."
/ / / With nor’easter approaching, N.J. more vulnerable to storms thanks to Sandy’s destruction