As a second storm in three days pushes east of the Rockies, locally severe storms may erupt over parts of the south-central United States on Sunday.
While many people along the New England coast are storm weary, there is the likelihood of another winter storm for the region and other parts of the Northeast during the first few days of Spring 2018.
Spring is just around the corner and a pulse of gusty thunderstorms is likely over a portion of the central Plains and the Deep South into Friday night.
One of the worst winter storms of the 20th Century buried the east coast of the United States under feet of snow 25 years ago, with devastating impacts from the Gulf Coast to Canada.
A storm is likely to track close enough to bring accumulating snow, drenching rain and strong wind to part of the mid-Atlantic region spanning Sunday night into Monday.
The southern United States will face a new round of soaking rain and locally strong thunderstorms into Sunday.
A storm forecast to bring rain and thunderstorms to the South this weekend may make a northward turn along the Atlantic coast or sweep out to sea early next week.