While my first two maps left much to be desired, I finally got the storm zoned in on my final forecast:
The southern edge of the system did a bit better than expected east of the mountains as the snowfall rates were able to overcome the above freezing surface temperatures. The northern edge of the 4-8 inch contour also did better than expected in central VA, with spotty 8-10 inch reports in the higher elevations. I also overdid some of the snow in the far southern Appalachians.
A solid B+ forecast overall.