With most areas in the Mid-Atlantic receiving near 10 inches of snow by this latest storm it will not go anywhere very fast. Throughout this week it is not likely for the temperature to get much above 40 degrees. Then on top of these temperatures we could receive more snow twice this next week. Tuesday there is a chance an area of snow forms from a low pressure going off the coast in the Carolinas. This snow if it does fall should be no more than an inch. After this there is a chance of a major snowstorm next Saturday and Sunday. This storm has the chance to bring more snow than this last storm. At this point we cannot predict the exact amount of snow as the storm has not formed. Also the exact track and strength of the storm will determine who gets bombarded with snow and who gets a wintry mix. So stay tuned through the week as I will have more details on this possible major snowstorm.