WASHINGTON — Another messy — and wintry — storm may cause post-Election Day problems for an already weather-weary East Coast, forecasters say.
But meteorologists add that it's six days out, so that's rather early to get too worried. The forecast could change before it hits late next week.
The National Weather Service's center in College Park, Md., which watches winter storms, put out a long-range notice Thursday saying a nor'easter was possible for mid-Atlantic and New England states next week.
Forecaster Bruce Sullivan said it wouldn't be as bad as Superstorm Sandy and isn't tropical.
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