As the East Coast cleans up after Hurricane Sandy, another storm is on the way. According to the Weather Channel, a low pressure system is forecast to move up the East Coast and deliver significant impacts to the Northeast Wednesday and Thursday.

If the low tracks close to the coast, the coast will be dealing with a very windy, rainy and cold Wednesday into Thursday along the Northeast I-95 corridor. The strength and duration of the winds would be dictated by the exact track and strength of the low. The winds will kick up high surf along the coast that could lead to additional coastal flooding.

Across the interior Northeast or New England, there may be enough cold air for snow to go along with the windy conditions, particularly from the Poconos to the Catskills, Upstate New York and interior New England.

Weather.com

We'll keep you posted as the storm draws closer.  We can only cross our fingers and hope its not too bad.  The people in New Jersey and New York have seen enough of Mother Nature.