City dwellers may want to consider commuting on skis: Another hard-hitting winter storm is gaining momentum across the Northeastern U.S., with New York City expecting six to nine inches beginning Wednesday night, and Boston and Hartford expecting up to a foot. The storm began Wednesday morning with wet snow, sleet and rain, but is expected to get worse throughout the day, with the heaviest snowfall expected between 4:00 p.m. and midnight. "This will make travel very hazardous or impossible," the National Weather Service reported. Strong winds were also in the forecast. According to the Weather Service, this is the fifth storm to hit Tennessee this season, with Nashville expecting one to three inches of snow. Sub-zero temperatures are in the forecast for the Midwest and Northeast this week and weekend.