The weather pattern has certainly modified as changes in the Pacific have forced the polar jet stream to retreat northward, thus shutting off any arctic air from coming south, however the sub tropical jet stream is aimed right at the Gulf coast and up the eastern seaboard, what this means is a mild but active and wet weather pattern
The first disturbance moving through now will bring moderate rainfall through much of tonight with 0.25-0.75 amounts, not anything excessive but with the snow pack , snow piles blocking storm drains and recent snow melt localized flooding is possible. The rain will exit during the early morning hours of Wednesday with low temperatures in the upper 30s to mid 40s
Wednesday will be a very warm day in between a warm front passing north and cold front to the west, highs will generally be in the 50s with a few low 60s possible, the cold front will lead to a drier cooler air mass Thursday and Friday but still seasonal with highs in the 40s and lows in the upper 20s to mid 30s
Meanwhile the next storm system will be developing over the Gulf coast and slowly lifting up the Ohio Valley Friday night, rain will develop from south to north and become steady and heavy Saturday, a brief start as wintry mix is possible for the interior but should not amount to much.
The low will transfer to the coast and possibly cut off and stall, this would lead to a cold raw windy rain storm lasting into Monday with a changeover to some backend snow possible over the interior, rainfall amounts cold he heavy and saturated ground along with any leftover snow could lead to some flooding concerns, highs in the period will mostly be in the 40s and lows in the 30s
It does look like a return to a folder weather pattern will return preceding this storm but how long it will last is in question