New England is bracing for yet another winter storm - the third since the beginning of March - that could bring up to 18 inches of snow in parts of ME and as many as eight inches in the Boston area, a forecaster said Sunday.
Any snow amounts will depend on the storm's track and surface temperatures.
High wind watch will also be in effect during Tuesday's storm, bringing potential blizzard-like conditions on the coast where 65 miles per hour winds are expected.
A winter storm watch is in effect for most of New England, parts of NY and Virginia.
Snow and wind will also begin to arrive in parts of New England.
As residents were still digging out from that snow, another storm hit the Northeast late last week.
Snow likely Monday, but accumulation estimates in flux
An upper level low will then move down from the great Lakes Tuesday to Thursday, keeping us chilly and unsettled with lingering snow shower chances.
The city should see light snow between 6 p.m.to 8 p.m. Monday, before it turns steadier later in the night. Therefore, the forecast totals could decrease or increase compared to what is now depicted.
Higher elevations in western Virginia and eastern West Virginia will see at least 6 inches of snow.
Most of this will occur north of Interstate 40 and on the northern Cumberland Plateau.
Parts of southern MA and the Cape may be getting wetter, heavier snow, which could lead to power outages. Thousands remain without power.
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