Residents of eastern states have begun to dig themselves out from the "Blizzard of '96," another snowstorm is bearing down on the region, threatening to further slow cleanup efforts of the storm that has paralyzed much of the east. Starting sometime Friday, forecasters are calling for up to 2 feet of snow in parts of western Maryland, with at least several inches predicted for most of the coast. TIME Daily'sspecial coverageincludes reports from the National Weather Service and TIME correspondents in RealAudio, plus a look behind the weather and select links to other Web resources.SNOWJACKED!If New Yorkers drank as one from the cup of human kindness during the surreal snowfall last weekend, now they're suffering the hangover. Case in point: as hundreds of car owners dug their vehicles from mountains of plowed-and-packed snow throughout the city's five boroughs Tuesday night, Robert DeJesus was relieved of his brand new snow blower at gunpoint. "I still can't get over it, and I've lived in New York City my whole life," DeJesus, a superintendent of a Bronx apartment building, told the New York Daily News. DeJesus and his 17-year-old nephew were trying to clear the front of his building when two armed men emerged from a brown van and announced that they were taking the machine. Said DeJesus: "The snow blower worked fantastic. Anything beats shoveling."