Just as the northeast is recovering from the recent snow storm, another one is on its way. The National Weather Service has issued blizzard warnings for a storm that's predicted to accumulate up to six inches of snow Saturday. But that's nothing compared to the monster storm that moved into New England Friday morning, which dumped 22.5 inches of snow on Pennsylvania, and as much as 27 inches in parts of upstate New York. This week's storm left about 1.2 million utility customers without power as the storm moved from the South through the Northeast. Many schools remained closed Friday in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and across New England, despite having long since spent their allotment of snow days. As much as 3 inches is predicted for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Saturday. The storm will intensify once it reaches Maine — potentially piling on another 1 to 2 feet by the time it moves off the coast.