GFS models have come around and suggest the 1st major snowstorm of the season will affect the Northeastern US Monday into Tuesday...including NYC, PHL, BOS and points north and west. Albany, NY south into the Catskills and Poconos stand to get the bullseye of snow. It appears plenty cold enough in all layers for heavy snow. All areas in the northeast stand a good chance of a 6"+ storm. On Tuesday, vort lobe that enters the base of the storm may actually pull the storm westward or slow it down. This *could* mean a prolonged period of heavier snow if this happens. With gas at $2.29 a gallon here, it's time to fill up the gas cans in preparation.