Wait, what? Another snowstorm on the way?
Can we say "Uncle"?
With mounds of snow everywhere and backs aching from shoveling, this may not be the news you want to hear. But there's a chance another storm could roll up the East Coast toward the end of the week.
Some areas buried by the blizzard could have more wintry weather to deal with less than a week after the record-breaking storm departed, the Weather Channel warned.
There will be a storm system moving off the Southeast coast late in the week, AccuWeather meteorologist Jason Nicholls said.
The exact track of the storm after it leaves the Southeast coast will determine whether a swath of more disruptive snow spreads across the Northeast or remains offshore.
"We could see some snow, a wintry mix or rain in portions of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast," according to Weather Channel meteorologist Quincy Vagell.
The storm could intensify as it tracks near the coast, causing winds to strengthen. If the storm reaches its full potential, it's possible for blizzard conditions to develop, AccuWeather said.
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