Looking at the National Weather Service's hazards map for today, it's clear where the story is:
Another powerful snowstorm forecast to hit the northeast. Let's run through a quick overview of what the current model forecasts are doing with this storm.
Here's the GFS sea-level pressure (black contours) and relative humidity at the surface (colors; not as important here...) starting with a 24 hour forecast for tomorrow morning at 12Z. I get these graphics from Weather Underground's Wundermap utility, which not only lets you zoom in on various areas but also is the only place to get full-resolution ECMWF images for free...
We can see that there's a 1000mb low over northeastern Lake Huron and central Ontario. Note that this is very different from the first blizzard at the end of January, which moved up the coast from the south. This sort of storm that comes out of the west-northwest is commonly referred to as a "clipper" system, as they tend to be rather fast moving.
Twelve hours later on Saturday evening, the low is forecast to basically be centered over New Jersey.
All in all, it will be another blizzard for the New England coast...