Another snowstorm is on the way for the mid-Atlantic region and perhaps southern New England. This will add to problems with the mountainous snow piles in the mid-Atlantic region.

The storm will spread snow across Tennessee and Kentucky Sunday and Sunday night, where accumulations will remain on the light to moderate side. Much of Kentucky and northern Tennessee could get up to 3-6 inches of snow.

The snowstorm will pick up the pace once it gets to the Virginias, Maryland and Delaware Monday. Southern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, southeastern New York and southern New England could also get several inches of snow from this disturbance.

While talk of this next storm steadily grows during the next couple of days, keep one thing in the back of your mind. In the mid-Atlantic region, there is no way this storm will be as massive as the last two. There will not be another 1 or 2 feet of snow from this system; 5 or 6 inches are far more likely, but even that combined with all the snow that already exists is going to be quite a problem. The region will once again suffer through a period of delays and cancellations.

Story by AccuWeather.com Meteorologists John Kocet and Meghan Evans.