LOWELL -- Mother Nature is just relentless.
A day after residents recovered from a nasty nor'easter, Greater Lowell is expected to see 4 to 6 inches of the white stuff on Saturday afternoon and evening, according to the National Weather Service.
A wet, heavy snow will start developing in the afternoon with temperatures in the low-30s, according to meteorologist Kevin Cadima. Then in the evening, as temperatures drop into the 20s, the snow should become fluffy, he said.
The "quick-moving storm" is expected to be gone by midnight, he said.
"It looks to be more of a coastal storm," Cadima said.
On Thursday, a winter storm made driving excruciatingly slow and canceled schools across the region, leaving as much as 10 inches of snow in the Lowell area.
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