A swath of 4 to 8 inches will be possible through the D.C. area into southern New Jersey.
Heavy snow will pile up across the higher elevations with over a foot before the storm quickly exits the coast.
As the cold front slams into warmer air ahead of it, we also have the risk of strong to severe thunderstorms for parts of the Carolinas.
Damaging winds and a few tornadoes will be possible.
Cold air has plunged as far south as coastal Texas and the Western/Central Gulf Coast.
A reinforcing shot of arctic air moves in midweek.
The Northwest remains active this week with a series of storms moving in and bringing heavy rain along the coast and snow for the mountains.