Winter storm warnings have been issued for most of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island beginning Sunday night.
The National Weather Service says between 8 and 14 inches of snow could fall in eastern and central areas Sunday night into Monday, with up to 16 in the Berkshires. Southwestern Connecticut could see between 5 and 10 inches of snow and sleet.
Many places in southern New England received at least 2 feet of snow in a blizzard with high winds Tuesday and Wednesday.
There is a lake effect snow warning for Jefferson, Lewis and Oswego counties until Friday and in Northern Herkimer and Hamilton Counties until 1 p.m. Thursday. Expected accumulations range from 6 to 18 inches which could bring totals in some places to three feet.
Parts of Western New York, including Erie, Genesee and Wyoming counties are also under a lake effect snow warning with up to 10 inches possible throughout Thursday. Click here for more weather information.