For the last few days, weather models have consistently signaled that there will be a nor'easter later this week sometime between Wednesday and Friday. While the potential storm is too far out to say for certain how much snow/ice will fall and where, it's looking increasingly likely that some areas from the Ohio Valley through New England will see another winter storm this week. If it plays out like last night's GFS model suggests (pictured above), the low will straddle the coast and provide the whole spectrum of wintry weather from rain to ice to snow.

Since this system is 3-4 days away, models will waffle back and forth and large changes are possible. Stay tuned to your local NWS office for specifics as the exact details become clearer.

[WeatherBELL model image via Ryan Maue on Twitter]