Tried to come up with a snow map after seeing such a discrepancy between the euro and the GFS regarding track which will be crucial in determining amounts.
A complex weather pattern will evolve over the mid atlantic states this week with a few factors will come into play. There will be a low pressure system moving out of the midwest that will move into VA tuesday. The low will move just south of DC and transfer its energy to a developing secondary low offshore. This low will rapidly deepen as it moves ENE. A powerful blocking high over Maine will keep this storm from affecting Northern New England. Models have been shifting north meaning light precip for Southern New England and a slightly warmer scenario for the DC region. We could see up to a foot or more west of DC.
This storm is over the Gulf Of Maine and is moving east. It will keep clouds and snow showers in the forecast though the weekend and into early next week but clears out in the latter part of next week. Beyond that, I see no big storms as a ridge of high pressure takes over.
With snow changing to rain along the coast, the storm is pretty much done. Look for another 2-4″ in the mountains and 1-3″ a little closer say Farmington etc. Winds will be steady out of the northwest but not insane. I’ll be back with updated pages etc. this evening.