There is no rule that says that when it's cold it has to be stormy. A cold dry flow does tend to wake up the lake effect snow machines in upstate New York and the Great Lakes but it doesn't do much for our area from the standpoint of snow. At least for the next 7 days it seems that we will be in a colder dry pattern. By colder it won't actually be that cold. Temperatures will be seasonal to the occasional days of below average. We have been above average for the last 2 weeks and January in the New York, New Jersey area is running 5 to 7 degrees above average though the snowfall has been about average.
Only the Canadian model seems to allow room for something next Tuesday night into Wednesday as it leaves enough room for a trough to sharpen a bit and swing through the northeast. However the other models leave little room and it would be just another cold front..read more at http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/01/25/long-range-forecast-colder-dry/