No significant changes from the morning timetable and snow accumulation estimates…snow has begun in the last hour in Charlottesville and Culpeper in Virginia - just to the southwest of DC - and it should arrive in the DC metro region between 3 and 6pm. The snow will hold off until after the evening commute in the Philly metro region not arriving until 6-10pm. In NYC, the snow will hold off until late tonight likely not arriving up there until the 12am-4am time period. Accumulations by mid-day Tuesday still look higher in the southern and eastern portions of the I-95 corridor region with 6-9 inches likely in the area from DC to the (southern) Jersey Shore, 4-7 inches in and around Philly (the higher amounts to the south and east, the lower amounts to the north and west), and 2-5 inches in the NYC metro region. Snow showers and snow squalls are possible late Wednesday as another brutally cold Arctic invasion arrives. Thursday and Friday will be downright frigid with possible record-breaking cold.