The latest forecast models of the GFS I believe is doing its usual ying-yang. The last too models have continued to push the storm further south. It has pushed it so far south that the 18Z GFS has the Delmarva receiving only 1-2 inches of snow. This is after just this morning the GFS model was predicting 18-20 inches of snow. It has pushed the storm so far south because it is predicting a harsher area of cold air to drop down from the Arctic. This push of cold air will drop the storm south. Most likely though the cold will not be as potent and the storm will be further north. If this is the case as I expect the snow will accumulate 8-14 inches of snow. So stay tuned for more details on the possibly strong winter storm.