The popular rally-cry of Patriots fans can also apply to weather. Early projections show the possibility of up to 8 inches of snow and/or sleet.

Remember Friday's morning commute? Yeah, ice everywhere. Cars were scattered all over the Maine Turnpike in multiple crashes, and the Granite State had it's share of woes. Guess what? Back-to-work Monday could be even worse.

Starting late Sunday night, he first of a 1-2 storm punch will be moving into New Hampshire. According to WMUR News 9, a potentially significant winter storm will affect the state through New Year's Eve. Both the morning and afternoon commute will be affected, and it looks to be a mess, as 'all forms of frozen precipitation are on the table.' According to WMUR News 9, it will start out as snow, and change over as warm air moves in.

Freezing rain is expected to fall across southwestern New Hampshire, with the sleet line running through the center of the state. From Concord east to Maine, northeastern sections, and the White Mountains will have the mostly snow.

By New Years Eve day, the second wave moves through, bringing a change to snow across the state as low pressure forms along the Gulf of Maine, according to WMUR News 9.

Enjoy grilling this weekend, but you will be shoveling by Monday.