Another week, another winter storm on the way to the East Coast. Weather forecasters and those living on the East Coast are preparing for the next winter storm of the season.
The National Weather Service predicts a major Nor'easter with 1-2 feet of snow in the forecast for much of the Northeast.
The Weather Channel has dubbed the storm system Winter Storm Nemo. The Washington, D.C. area should miss the brunt of the storm.
Here in the Mid-Atlantic, the forecast is for sleet beginning late in the day on Thursday. The temperatures overnight will hover around the freezing mark as the sleet continues into Friday.
As temperatures climb on Friday, the sleet should change over to all rain, making for a soggy start to the weekend.
Parents in the Mid-Atlantic should be prepared for a late start to the school day on Friday if the sleet starts before dawn, as forecast.
Those in the Northeast won't be quite as lucky as there's no rain in their forecast. When the National Weather Service warns that the storm will be 'historic,' it's time to prepare.
With blizzard conditions in the forecast, the heaviest accumulations will occur overnight on Friday for those in the Northeast.
If there's anything good about this winter storm for those in New York, Boston, and areas to the north, it's the potential for a three-day weekend.
Areas from Boston to the north will be hit the worst with strong winds, blowing snow and blizzard conditions.
For those who breathed a sigh of relief over the weekend when Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring, think again.
As the next winter storm takes aim, prepare to hunker down. March is still several weeks away, bringing the real spring weather.