Meteorologists are keeping a close eye on a storm headed toward the tri-state early next week, but say it's not likely to be as bad as the previous two nor'easters.
"There will be a storm, the question is: Where will it be in relation to us," meteorologist Raphael Miranda said.
Under one scenario, the storm could bring a wintry mix along the coast and light snow inland from Monday night into Tuesday, Storm Team 4 said.
But Miranda said: 'This is not a major impact storm."
Under another scenario, the storm will stay farther out to shore and the tri-state will only see some flurries.
The storm is approaching as tens of thousands of people are still without power after a double whammy of nor'easters brought down power lines.