The storm coming northeastward will bring a swath of generally 1-3 inches of snow with around 3-4 inches in the area shown on the map. Snow ratios will generally range from 10:1 to 15:1 across the swath of snow. The 10:1 ratios will be in the eastern side of the snow swath and the 15:1 on the northern edge of the snow swath if that makes sense. The reason I bring that up, if the QPF shown on some of the models verifies, it could mean a little extra snow for some folks. In any case, it's a nice snowfall for many snow lovers out there.
Next week, we have a couple of issues.
1. A storm coming Monday and Tuesday could bring another swath of light snow over the same areas.
2. That same storm may produce severe weather across the South late Monday into Tuesday.
Late next week, an arctic airmass will sneak into the Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and Northeast. Temperatures Friday may not get out of the low 20s and teens in many areas with nighttime lows both Friday and Saturday morning below zero in many areas form Indiana, Ohio to Maine. The places that have snow cover have the greatest chance of sub-zero overnight lows during that time.
Front-ended snow will continue across the Northeast today.
A nasty storm will cross the Midwest and will bring snow and even some severe storms to the Northeast.
A storm will streak across the country producing heavy rains in the Midwest followed by snow across the Northeast.
A storm will bring heavy rain and even snow this week.
Major October storm will bring more rain, flooding, high winds and even heavy snow.
Major storm will bring heavy rain, high winds and snow for the Northeast.