"Although it's still too early to make a specific forecast, computer models are hinting at the potential for yet another storm next week, one that might finally deliver snow to the snow-starved big cities of the mid-Atlantic, such as Washington and Philadelphia. The weather service said Tuesday that there's a chance for "heavy snow across parts of the East on Jan. 16-17." And unlike previous storms, which brought mainly rain, enough cold air could be in place for snow to fall, forecasters said. Larson said it's too early to say for sure, however, and the big cities might see only rain again next week in another disappointment for snow lovers."
After a calm and mild December across much of the U.S., Mother Nature is now making up for it with a stormy and cold January.