Once the cold front slides through the Mid-Atlantic later Sunday night, colder air will wrap into the storm system from the northwest and back-end accumulating snow is possible all the way into and especially to the N/W of the I-95 corridor. The transition to snow in the I-95 corridor would be in the late overnight hours into early Monday morning. The ground will start off quite warm when the snow begins in the I-95 corridor so initially it will have trouble sticking in the I-95 corridor. However, snow accumulations of a coating to as much as a couple inches will be possible in and around DC and Philly and just to the northwest of NYC by the time the precipitation ends on Monday morning. Significant accumulating snow of 6+ can fall during this event across interior higher elevation locations from northeastern PA and interior NY to northern Vermont and upstate Maine. A moderately cold air mass will follow this dynamic storm system into the Mid-Atlantic region on Monday and it’ll stick around through much of the remainder of the week.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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