Winter storm heads toward Northeast after burying MidwestNew Englanders waking up Monday morning all aglow after the Patriots’ victory in Super Bowl XLIX will face a winter storm that could bring more than a foot of snow to some areas less than a week after a larger storm brought between 1 and 3 feet across the region.  The storm was expected to deepen off the coast of southern New England early Monday, bringing between 9 and 16 inches snow to Boston and nearly as much to Hartford, Providence, southern New Hampshire and Vermont. National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Doody warned that Monday’s morning and evening commutes would be messy, but added “For New Englanders, we’re used to this during the winter.” Outside the region, snowfall totals in New York State were to vary from 6 to 10 inches in Buffalo and Binghamton, and 8 to 14 inches in Albany. The Philadelphia area could receive up to an inch of snow and a little ice before rain washes it away. Forecasters expect about 3 to 5 inches to fall in the Lehigh Valley and 5 to 11 inches in the northern part of Pennsylvania. Northeast Ohio, including Cleveland, could get 4 to 9 inches, and Toledo and the northwest part of the state were headed for 3 to 7 inches. The weather has already forced the cancellation of more than 2,300 scheduled Monday flights. Of those, more than 300 were at Boston’s Logan Airport. On Sunday, more than 2,000 flights were canceled in the Midwest, the vast majority of which were in or out of Chicago’s two airports. O’Hare Aiport reported 16.5 inches of snow Sunday. More