Whether that will mean plowable snow or just a mess of wintry mix, sleet, or freezing rain, is still unclear.
Monday Night: Snow, 3-4 inches of accumulation.
Another blast of winter weather is expected to hit the Capital with 25 to 35 cm of snow in the forecast.
Slippery travel was already being reported across Missouri due to freezing rain on Sunday morning.
In a Hazardous Weather Statement reissued on Sunday morning for Tuesday for southeast NY, southern CT and northeast New Jersey, saying, "A wintry mix of precipitation, which may begin as early as late Monday night, is expected Tuesday and Tuesday night".
The Midwest and Northeast will only have a little break between snow events.
In central Washington, blowing snow and drifts 3 to 4 feet deep forced the closure of USA 2 and Interstate 90.
Another winter storm was on the way to the region.
Heavy snow will spread into northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan Tuesday into Tuesday night.
When all is said and done, parts of the area will be shoveling a good amount of snow, especially north of the Quad Cities where as much as 6 inches is possible near Galena and Monticello.
Stretches of interstates 29, 35, 80, 90 and 94 are expected to be hard and risky to travel on during the height of the storm.
Residents cleared out grocery store shelves and left work early Friday afternoon, February 8, as the storm arrived.
"The storm can also end with snow and icy spots in both of these cities", Sosnowski said.
In Seattle, where such snow is a rarity, residents cleared out grocery store shelves and left work early Friday afternoon as the storm arrived.
Meanwhile, enough rain may fall to aggravate the flooding situation from Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky, to the southern portions of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. In Seattle, snowfall from Sunday and Monday lingered into the week as below-freezing temperatures gripped the area.
Then comes the more significant storm on Tuesday, Feb. 12.