Alright, I think the models have a bit more of a handle on the storm midweek and it looks like it will range anywhere from a slushy mess on the coast to an all out Blizzard over the interior.
The degree of warming over Southern New England is still uncertain. The monkey wrench that has been thrown into the mix is the attempt to generate a secondary low southeast of Long Island during the day Wednesday, which could allow cold air that had been pushed out back into play. Nonetheless even the normally warm coastal areas need to mind the potential for icing during a time for this storm, potentially significant. That would be after advisory to warning level snowfall accumulations have already occurred. Some guidance is hinting at a colder storm late week and that will be worth watching as well – map for that won’t be out until later this week.