Just as thoughts of an early spring hit us in the Berkshires, with mild temperatures and most of the snow cover melting away, a new winter storm is headed our way Saturday night.

Accumulating snow is forecast for the entire state.  Most of Massachusetts will see anywhere from 4-6 inches Saturday night into early Sunday.  The heaviest snowfall is forecast for southeast Massachusetts, south of the Pike, where they could see 6-8 inches.

In the Berkshires, the National Weather Service is predicting at least an inch up to 6 inches.

"Significant reductions in visibility are possible along with snow covered roadways,"

The National Weather Service warned Friday morning.

"If the higher snowfall amounts are realized there will be a low risk for isolated power outages given this will be a wet snow."

There are much warmer temperatures forecast for Monday and Tuesday of next week, so any snow that accumulates will melt way rather quickly.