It's still too early to be certain, but some meteorologists are saying that a Nor'easter could be on the way.

After a late season snow storm left parts of the Hudson Valley with anywhere from 2 to 5 inches of snow Friday, an even stronger storm could hit the area early next week.

AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Henry Margusity said:

There is the potential for a major snowstorm, and possible nor'easter, especially from New York City to New England spanning Tuesday and Tuesday night.

Of course, as in the case of any snow storm, the intensity and track will determine whether the Hudson Valley, and other parts of the East, sees an inch or two of snow, versus a foot.

Yes, some forecasters are saying there could be a at least a foot of snow.

It will certainly be cold enough though. Highs this weekend are only expected to reach the 20s. The lows? Try 10 to 12 degrees at night.

Historically, March can be a very tricky month across much of the country. The Hudson Valley has seen March temperatures climb to the mid 70s, and in other years a snow storm will end up leaving two feet of snow.

Stay tune for details as the forecast becomes more clear over the next several days.