At issue is whether or not the GFS and NAM are teasing me. I've been fairly surprised at just how wet they are for Monday. As shown below, we're downstream of a long-wave ridge, in NNW flow, and yet the GFS is going berserk for precip. The NAM is also fairly wet as well.
Experience suggests that we'll get some periods of snow out of a pattern like this, but not the behemoth dump I'm looking for. Sometimes in a pattern like this we get a strong riming event. Typically that happens if we're on the anticyclonic side of the jet so that we get a layer of altostratus with cloud-top temperatures that are fairly mild, say -5C. In that situation, it's hard to get ice nucleation going. Snowfall in that situation is more limited.
Keep your eye to the sky the next couple of days as this could be an interesting period to observe. Don't despair if the snow doesn't fly big time. The longer-range guidance suggests we'll have some opportunities further down the road.