You would think two major storms on the East Coast in 5 days would be enough but no. Here comes the next one! Weather models have been doing what they have done all winter which is to put the puzzle pieces out there and them bring them together in the short range. Afternoon model trends continue closer to the coast and more intense with a coastal low that will develop along the Carolina coast and move northeastward from there.
Right now South Central Pennsylvania and North Central Maryland look to get into some of the action though at the moment most (but not all weather models) are further east. Meanwhile we continue to be under the influence of the old storm that is sitting between Nova Scotia and New Foundland with cold unstable air overhead producing clouds and occasional snow showers which are evident on the local radars. Look for that activity to decrease this evening and we should see skies partially clear. Lows will be in the 20s to lower 30s. Sunday looks good with mainly sunny skies and highs into the 40s.