There are still uncertainties surrounding the snow forecast Sunday night and Monday, but here's the latest from forecasters:
The National Weather Service in Sterling, Va., says higher elevations will get the brunt of any accumulation but there is still a possibility of snow in the I95 corridor Sunday night:
"GRIDS HAVE BEEN ADJUSTED TO FAVOR SNOW AS PRIMARY [PRECIPITATION TYPE] ACROSS MUCH OF THE COUNTY WARNING AREA OVERNIGHT SUNDAY...WITH THE RAIN OR SNOW AT PRECIPITATION ONSET SUNDAY AND ALSO DURING THE DAY MONDAY FOR THOSE
AREAS THAT ARE NOT CONSIDERED HIGHER ELEVATIONS."
Accuweather says: "At this time areas from Richmond to Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Wilmington, Del., Philadelphia and Trenton are not likely to get a blockbuster snowstorm. However, there is the potential for a manageable snowfall."
Meanwhile, Baltimore area meteorologist Eric the Red says the storm tracks are reminicsent of the March 6 "super bust", but here's his best interpretation: "Sunday night, [precipitation] will develop east of the mountains toward I-95, with rain falling in the Piedmont, while rain or a rain-snow mix falls closer to I-95. ... The snow could possibly change to rain across central MD as the day progresses. Closer to I-95.. the coldest locations could see some minor accumulations, but i suspect mostly nothing."