In just over a month’s time, The Weather Channel has named ten winter storms.
The Northeast has been impacted by seven of these, while five storms have impacted — and in some cases, crippled — parts of the South.
With fresh cold air poised to pump into the nation’s Midwest, South and East, the week ahead brings another threat of yet another winter storm.
Light sleet, freezing rain, or snow could hit parts of Oklahoma into the Tennessee Valley and southern Appalachians beginning Tuesday.
At this time, any amounts appear to be very light and very spotty.
However, heavy snow in some areas could spread from the Appalachians and Virginia northeastward along the I-95 corridor to New England by Wednesday night.
The models are not yet clear, so no one knows for sure what will happen.