OpenSnow.com -- one of the best snow weather sites on the web has a mid-atlantic specific forecaster, Justin Berk, that has his thoughts on this weekend's predicted "first storm of the season". Check out the site frequenlty for the Mid-Atlantic Daily Snow
The Canadian Model is my usually my choice with the best handle of cold air patterns. Plus I think it is on par with the famed European Model that many other hard core meteorologists tout, but I would rather stick with this. Here you can see the output between Saturday and Sunday. I've adjusted for elevation and local biases to up Wisp to 1"+. While Snowshoe is in the 3"-6" range, the resort is also at 4848' and enhances almost everything on the way in. Sometimes I swear you an sneeze and it will produce 1"-3" of snow. This weekend, I would lean on the up side of things... so the summit could be in that 6"+. Good times! My winter outlook will be on the way shortly and the signals point to a good year.