The New York City area is braced for a snow-storm threepeat. On Friday, a storm that is expected to drop five inches of snow across the area may just be a hint of things to come, with the National Weather Service predicting another substantial storm system next week, Bloomberg reports. "We have to keep an eye on that, but the potential is there for another significant snowfall through Tuesday and Wednesday," Weather Service meteorologist Brian Ciemnecki told Bloomberg News. "The potential is there for 6 or more inches." Friday's snow, which began early in the morning and is expected to last until tonight, sparked winter storm warnings, watches and advisories from eastern Pennsylvania through New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont.