The images below are from the NMM model showing the simulated radar for Tuesday and the total rainfall through Wed morning. As you can see, we have a squall line shown clearly on the simulated radar from NY to Virginia. It's going to be one of those thin lines of storms with heavy rains and gusty winds, but very little lightning. When the line goes through winds will whip-up to over 40 mph and the rain will be intense.
I think given the recent dry weather, most areas should be able to handle the heavy rains. Flooding will be confined to urban flooding and small streams and creeks.
Stormy weather through Wednesday. Expect more snow, heavy rain, maybe flooding and severe storms.
Winter may go out kicking and screaming as the pattern becomes stormy heading into March.
Snow will cut across the South through tonight. Snow will also hit the Midwest today.
A storm will bring more snow to the South Wednesday into Thursday. A quick moving 3-6 inches of snow.
The snow and ice will be across the South as a series of storms moves through the Southern jet.
A messy storm Saturday. Expect heavy snow, ice, heavy rains and possible severe storms.