There isn’t much consensus with the storm track for early next week. The two images above (image courtesy, weatherbell) are showing the current European Ensembles for potential snowfall amounts.
Here are the Global Forecast System Ensembles for snowfall (image courtesy weatherbell):
Right now my best guess looking at the models is that we would at least start out as snow Monday evening and if the track does come more inland, the snow would change over to sleet and then freezing rain before turning to cold rain. Some locations in the mountains would receive very heavy snow.
Then again, the current GFS operational has shifted eastward with track as has the Canadian (favoring more snow than rain for the 95 corridor).
This morning’s European was favoring a more coastal track and has shifted to a more inland track this evening. With such little consensus anyone who tells you they know what is going to fall is lying to you.
More updates to come as we get closer to this event.