East Coast Readies for a Second Helping of Snow

NEW YORK — After a weekend storm dropped more than 20 inches of snow in Washington and Baltimore, supermarkets along the I-95 corridor in the Northeast are preparing for a second helping.

NEW YORK — After a weekend storm dropped more than 20 inches of snow in Washington and Baltimore, supermarkets along the I-95 corridor in the Northeast are preparing for a second helping.

According to Accuweather, cities from Wilmington, Del., to Boston could receive 12 or more inches of snow beginning Tuesday. More snow in the Mid-Atlantic, where two snowstorms have already hit this winter, will likely push season snowfall totals to all-time records, the forecaster added.

Planalytics, the Berwyn, Pa.-based weather intelligence group said, retailers in the Northeast should see high demand for ice melt and snow shovels.

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