From WXsouth facebook:
Another view of the final snowfall graphics through 84 hours (Tuesday night). WxBell graphics shows this as a big 9" to 12" snowstorm in much of NC. One of the better snowfalls affecting much of mid South region in a few years. Use this map only as a TREND, not the final forecast. The European Model also had major amounts but was more in Georgia and northwest SC than the NAM is showing. Right now, a blend of NAM and Euro is the best overall way to go, since mesoscale features are better captured on the NAM not European. But we will compare all the model runs here in a few hours. Bottom line, this event starts Monday in Tennessee Valley and northern MS, AL, GA then spreads into Carolinas overnight and Va , Carolinas Tuesday. The High Pressure is in an excellent spot with plenty of cold air coming in, in fact for North Carolina and northeast Georgia and northern SC, the temps will fall into the middle and upper 20's by early Tuesday and hold there through the storm Tuesday. A strong damming event and a wild (and rare) Winter storm is shaping up.