The relentless winter of 2013-14 has yet another trick up its sleeve: A potent March snowstorm is forecast to blast portions of the Midwest and Northeast tonight, Wednesday and Thursday with as much as two feet of snow.
If enough snow falls, the storm could break Detroit's seasonal snowfall record and give Chicago its second snowiest winter all-time. It also could bring the heaviest snowfall of the year to Burlington, Vt., where 12-16 inches are forecast.
"The corridor from northern Illinois to northern New England has the greatest potential of being targeted by the substantial snow," according to AccuWeather meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski. The heaviest snow is likely in northern New York state and northern New England.