Ridgefield can't seem to get a reprieve from Mother Nature this winter.

The National Weather Service is forecasting another storm to hit the region Monday night into Tuesday morning.

The latest report says the Danbury area has a 40% chance of getting six or more inches from this latest snowfalls, which comes on the heels of two of the season's worst storms.

"There is currently a low to moderate potential for a warning level snowfall (at least 6 inches)," the report said.

On Wednesday, March 5, Ridgefield received 22 inches of snow — good for the most in the state.

Five days earlier — on Friday, March 2, the town was subject to heavy winds that knocked out power for more than 3,000 residents. Hundreds didn't have power restored until 48 to 72 hours later, with some just getting it restored Tuesday night — in time from Wednesday's nor'easter.

Monday night's storm should bring in some significant winds.

"There is currently a low to moderate potential for 40 to 50 mph wind gusts across eastern Long Island and Southeastern Connecticut Monday Night into Tuesday," the report said.

For more information visit: www.weather.gov/okx/winter