A 'Winter Storm Warning' will be in effect for the entire Granite State beginning at midnight tonight until 8am Wednesday morning.

New England is once again in the bullseye for a major snow storm. This will be the third storm in less than two weeks and many of us are saying enough is enough.

The first storm caused significant flooding and widespread damage due to astronomical high tides. The second storm brought heavy snow and extreme winds, which caused thousands upon thousands to lose power. Some were without electricity for several days.

Now, WMUR Meteorologist, Kevin Skarupa says for the next weather system, the snow will be heaviest during the daytime hours on Tuesday. Depending on your location, you could see anywhere between 8-14 inches of the white stuff (some local areas could see more).

This upcoming snowfall is not predicted to be the heavy, wet type of snow from last week's Nor'easter. That's good news for power lines and those of us who shovel!