If you listen closely, you can hear a collective groan: more snow is heading to Brookline.
The DPW said that the last batch of snow took 30 hours to clean up. This won't be as bad by any stretch, but WHDH-TV is predicting three to six more inches of snow as early as Thursday morning.
WHDH's Chris Lambert writes on his weather blog:
"We catch a two day break before more snow tracks toward New England overnight Wednesday and Thursday morning. Looks like a quick hitter with a few inches of snow possible from Worcester to Boston, with lighter amounts north, and heavier amounts south. Indications are most of SE Mass will be in the 3-6" range. It's an early look at this storm, so the bands may get adjusted north or south. With a fast west to east movement of the storm, I don't expect this to become a blockbuster snow and wind event. However, I do expect more slowdowns for the Thursday morning commute."
Updated reports from the National Weather Service predict snow on Firday night or Saturday.