Well I'm in Vermont, and it's currently -2 degrees here in Rutland. Anyway I have very limited resources considering I'm on my cell phone so I can't do a snow map. But I can attach picutures so here it goes:
Case 1: Storm slides south (just by 30 miles) this means we get 2-4 inches
Case 2: Storm rides on "current path" and we get 4-8 inches with less north
Case 3: Storm comes 30 west of current track and we get 10-14 inches
Lets go with the 4-8 inches to be safe, but small changes either way will drastically change the situation. It's interesting... places in South Jersey might get up to two feet!