Here's your daily look at five stories we're following:
1. Even more snow ahead?: Will Philadelphia see its third snow storm of the week in the coming days? John Bolaris forecasts that another storm could strike the mid-Atlantic and Northeast this weekend, bringing snow in the northwestern suburbs and a wintry mix to the Interstate 95 corridor. While we wait to see how the forecast plays out, check out a gallery of photos from Tuesday's snow.
2. Mega Millions: No one hit Tuesday's night's $344 million Mega Millions jackpot, but a ticket sold in New Jersey won $1 million. (If you missed the drawing, the winning numbers are: 5, 12, 22, 41, 65 and 13 for the Mega Ball.) Tickets sold in three other states also earned $1 million, and more information about which stores sold the winners should be known later today. The rollover means Friday's drawing will likely be worth more than $400 million, the game's second-highest ever.
3. N.J. child care: A report being released today by a child advocacy group says New Jersey lags behind in providing oversight over the quality of child care, despite the care's high cost. Low-income families in the state spend an average of 44 percent of their income on child care, the Advocates for Children of New Jersey says.