|Circle #1 is the storm, ignore #2|
The second wave, which will occur during the day on Monday, will hit the southern Mid-Atlantic hardest. This includes the northern half of VA, all of MD, and east into DE and southern NJ. A general 8-12 inches is likely for this area, with up to 18 inches possible in the higher elevations. The storm will wind down from west to east by Monday evening.
The reason why this storm won't go far enough north to give upstate PA and New England significant snow is that Polar Vortex situated up in Canada will flatten out the 500 mb winds, causing them to blow straight west to east. This sets up a progressive pattern, forcing low pressure to stay further south.
Snow map coming later tonight....