The “clipper” train continues to roll and the next system will spread some accumulating snow into Philly and NYC by early tonight with a coating to an inch or two of accumulation likely by morning and slippery spots on the roads. The DC region will see some snow this afternoon into early tonight and a coating to an inch is likely down there. Tomorrow will be another cold day in the Mid-Atlantic and scattered snow showers are likely from the mid-day and afternoon hours right into the late evening after a break in the action during the early morning. There can even be some isolated heavier bands mixed in by later Sunday evening with accumulations again on the order of a coating to an inch or two along the I-95 corridor from DC to Philly to NYC. Yet another fast-moving system is likely to spread more accumulating snow into the Mid-Atlantic region Monday night/early Tuesday and then another one is possible for later Tuesday night into early Wednesday. Stay tuned as the action is fast. Finally, Phil says an early spring – don't think I agree, but it does sound good.