Here we go again. After the second-largest storm in Philly history another major snowstorm appears to be on the way.
A coastal low is expected to strengthen and bring significant snow to our region once again.
The storm should begin in Philadelphia between 6 and 8 p.m. The snow should continue through Wednesday and be heavy at times.
The winds could also be more of a factor than the most recent storm, especially late Wednesday.
The major difference between this storm and our most recent storm is that places to the north and east should see the more significant snow while points to the south could see much less.
The reason for the change is due to warmer air working in creating a change over for a period of time.
By the way, this snowstorm could put us in the record books for the snowiest winter of all-time. Only 9.3 inches of snow are needed in Philly to get us there.