With little in the way of cold air established upon the arrival of the storm’s large moisture field, rain is likely to break out in the I-95 corridor later Monday, but colder air will be posed just to the north and west. As the storm near the coast intensifies on Monday night, colder air to the north and west will get wrapped into the system and the rain is likely to change to snow in many areas; especially, to the north of the PA/MD border and on the northwestern side of I-95. Accumulations are possible by early Tuesday including in the I-95 corridor and amounts will ultimately depend on the strength and speed of the coastal low. From this vantage point, very preliminary snowfall estimates would be a coating to an inch or so in and around DC, a couple of inches near Philly, and a few inches in and around the NYC metro region…stay tuned as this weather event is still a few days away.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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