The disturbance would continue to move east. Now, there is another proposed idea of what would happen if the jet stream moved too far south. If it moved too far south, it may move north over the system so it would be closer to its original position. If that happened, the storm system would most definitely go more NW than what would be anticipated. As of right now, thinking that the aforementioned scenario will not happen, the disturbance outlined in yellow would move across the South, and then out to sea. But if this huge disturbance pushing the jet streams down is swept east before the original disturbance is, we would see the storm system likely affect the Great Lakes and Midwest.
All in all, what does that mean?
It means that this could be a snowstorm for anyone in the East US. It depends on this very strong storm system, as well as jet stream placement, as well as if the original disturbance will even be present. So this is just a heads up.
We will continue looking into this, as many factors could complicate forecasts for this storm.