A cold front will approach the Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday afternoon and evening possibly kicking off some light rain and or light freezing rain during the overnight hours. Then all eyes will turn to the Gulf coast as an area of low pressure will begin sliding northeast. But where will it track?
The ensemble models are not in agreement at this time. The European ensembles track this storm closer to the coast (2nd snow event?) while the GFS ensembles track it far enough out to sea for a no-snow event.
Hopefully the system will stay far enough away so that we can continue to clean up from our back-breaking snowfall. I will keep you posted as more information becomes available.