Most of the global weather models continue to show what I described a couple of days, ago, a storm of a lifetime, where a hurricane collides with a major cold front. The exact track of the storm will determine how much snow we will get and I will not be confident of that until Friday or Saturday. However, as it stands now, the mountains of WV and Western PA would measure the storm in feet for sure and those of us in the Pittsburgh metro area could still see substantial snow if the European model run from 3:30 AM proves correct. There is a likelihood of a prolonged snow event due to lake effect enhancement. The major cities along the I-95 corridor would face another major hurricane or post-tropical system bowling through their backyards. I do not expect local weather folks to even mention this before the weekend because nobody wants to look foolish by predicting a storm like this for October 31.