I am waiting on a few more runs of the models before providing more details, but guidance is trending toward a potentially significant snowstorm (esp. for eastern SNE) Monday night into Tuesday. Our snow would come from a developing low pressure system off of Nantucket that throws snow back into SNE from a 'Norlun' front. Norlun fronts can be difficult to forecast. They often have a narrow band of heavy snow with much lighter snows on either side of it. Wherever that front stalls, the potential exists for over 6 inches of snow. Some models have that feature over the ocean, while others give the Boston metro area over a foot of fluffy snow. We'll have to watch this one closely. Expect it to come into clearer focus by tomorrow afternoon. Maybe by then I will be confident enough to put up a map with my first thoughts. Lastly, GO PATS!