Just as we've started to recover and dig out from Saturday's snow storm, a new snow threat has emerged (and it's not the one some folks have been speculating about for next weekend). Model guidance is now suggesting a weak area of low pressure developing off the Southeast coast may come close enough to the region late Tuesday to throw back some snow -- particularly from I-95 and to the south and east. The exact track of this storm is highly uncertain, so it's not clear whether or not it will have much of an impact. We'll have additional information on this snow potential tomorrow.
As for Monday's weather and through the week, see our full forecast.