Just when you thought you were going back to work, Mother Nature may keep you at home, bending your back and your shovel.
The season's next big snowstorm is headed to the Northeast, and it could drop as much as a foot of snow Sunday night and Monday morning in a wide band from New York, through Connecticut and parts of Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
The entire Great Lakes and Northeast region is in for at least 1-3 inches of snow, according to the Accuweather.com foreast.
The commercial weather forecasting service called it a "quick-hitting, but potent nor'easter" that will affect the I-95 corridor from New York to Boston most severely.
The forecast could shift in the direction of either more or less snow, meteorologists warned, based on small changes in temperature in different regions. Some areas are likely to see less snow and more rain; others more snow and less rain.
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