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March's Winter Storm

Round 2: More Snow Coming

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    Rena Cuno
    As people were digging their way out of the record-setting storm from Feb. 6, 2010 in Philadelphia, forecasters looked ahead to another big storm on Tuesday that could bring another foot of snow.

    Here we go again.

    Another storm -- possibly another crippling storm -- is headed our way and it could dump another foot of snow, possibly more than 18 inches in some areas.

    The snowfall starts late Tuesday and continues all the way through Wednesday, according to NBC10 Meteorologist Bill Henley.

    It will end late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning.

    This time around, areas north of the city may get more snow than during Saturday's record-setting storm.

    On Monday, schools were closed in Philadelphia and there were hundreds of other schools closings and delays.

    Mass transit was up and running for morning commuters.

    In Delaware, getting around was still expected to be a real challenge.

    "We're hoping that most employers let their people work form home or let them stay home," Jim Westoff told The News Journal.

    And in South Jersey, more than 40,000 people were still without power, although that's a lot better than the 90,000 who had power outages from Saturday's snowstorm.

    Shelters are open where people can keep warm and get fed.

    "I've never seen anything of this magnitude," Frank Atkins told the Press of Atlantic City. Frank is 93.