|NOTE: Midwestern/Ohio Valley cities could see flurries, little to no accumulation expected.|
It appears that two pieces of energy will combine in the Mid-Atlantic, a byproduct of a clipper system coming from Canada and another piece of energy from the Plains. These two will combine offshore (or very close to the ocean) and produce an accumulating snowfall across the region. Amounts are expected to be on the lighter side, with a trace to 2 inches expected across Pennsylvania, Maryland and eastern Kentucky, to name a few states. Ohio may also get in on the snowfall. Two to four inches could fall in West Virginia and Virginia as a result of this disturbance. Again, nothing major, but enough to bring out the snow plows and shovels to do some clearing.