Most of the model guidance is pointing to a coastal storm the middle of next week running up the Carolina and Virgina coast to the northeast. First we should emphasize, this is NOT a Sandy type storm. It won't have the tropical underpinnings that helped foster that superstorm. However, it could develop into a decent-sized nor'easter that might produce heavy rain over interior Virginia (mainly east of the mountains). This map is the Europeon (ECMWF) model depiction for 7pm next Wednesday, showing the storm along the Virginia coast. The GFS model shows similar.