Another storm is headed our way tonight and tomorrow. Unlike the weekend blizzard, this one doesn't have much oomph to it. To quote AccuWeather"not big, but still a storm". The storm will be followed by a couple of days of cold. Gothamist is glad our weather won't be as cold as on top of Mount Washington, where it is currently ten below with winds of 65 miles per hour. After the upcoming cold spell look for gradually warming weather, with temperatures in the 40s by next week.
Will all that snow melt and will it cause flooding? Our warm-up will be gradual, so well probably escape major flooding, but the Midwest is going to warm-up quickly, causing ice jams and floods.
Snow cover map from the Weather Underground