While the seacoast continues to clean up after last weekend's flood driven Nor'easter, we're staring down another huge storm, expected to stuff the Granite State with lots of snow.

According to WGME, another round of winter weather is expected to arrive early on Thursday. This slow mover will affect travel most of that day, bringing blizzard conditions to the still recovering seacoast, and beyond. New Hampshire and Maine will receive the brunt of it, and this late season storm are calling for a big one.

WGME said snow is expected to arrive in the early morning, and stack up throughout the day. Northeast to north winds will increase throughout the day to 15 to 25 mph. Gusts 25 to 35 mph will be felt during the afternoon and evening. It will also be a light snow, which is different than a regular March storm.

To add insult to injury, beach erosion is a possibility during Thursday morning's high tide.