Days after getting hit with up to 19 inches of snow, the Northeast is getting hammered again.
Winter storm warnings are in effect from upstate New York to Maine. Some regions, particularly New Hampshire and Maine, could see blizzard conditions and more than two feet of snow.
More than 1,300 U.S. flights were canceled on Sunday, and 6,000 more were delayed, according to
Here's a look at the snow from late Sunday.
A terminal was evacuated Sunday evening at Boston's Logan International Airport due to high levels of carbon monoxide. It was believed to be called by a snow-melting machine, and the terminal was reopened a short time later.
It's the complete opposite of last year in terms of snow.
Rachael Wilkinson, Shawnee Peak marketing director
There was a silver lining for some New Englanders. The storm was great news for ski areas, which saw some of the lowest snowfall totals in years in 2016. Shawnee Peak in Bridgton, Maine, is facing up to 26 inches of snow.
I certainly hope all will be granted a 'snow day' pardon. Visitors can feel free to tell their boss Vermont's governor asked them to stay.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott told visitors to stay an extra day to enjoy the conditions.