Clean up has been slow but, steady. (That's the good news.)
Gas situation showing no signs of getting better. (Watch out if this continues very much longer.) The only gas stations I've seen have police cars (plural) in front and I was turned away from the one I found and pulled into tonight because they were only selling gas to people with generators. I have enough gas for maybe 2 more days, at most.
People in some of homes that had power restored went grocery shopping/hunting to replace the food they had to throw out, only to have the electricity go out in their homes again 2 days later, with no idea of when it will come back again.
A lovely young black lady told me she has been living with her grandmother since the hurricane, since she has an infant and no electric in her apartment, which is located in a minority area. This woman is not a racist, by any stretch on the imagination but, she told me that she now believes power was not restored to her neighborhood yet because it is a black community and therefore low on the list. I don't know if that's true but, if that's what SHE now believes, so do MANY others in her neighborhood and in other similar areas.
Some towns or sections of towns have not had power restored yet because of severe damage to their grids. Might get some power by Wednesday, but some cannot even get time estimates because of the damage.
Heard that we are expecting a nor'easter snow storm on Wednesday. If it is a bad storm, watch out! There is only so much people can take at this point.
I'd say we are sitting on a powder keg and the situation will explode, if that next storm on Wednesday hits hard. That's just my opinion, based on what I've been seeing and hearing from people I know, who are having very bad experiences right now.