Widespread snow and some ice will develop from parts of the Plains and Midwest to the mid-Atlantic by this weekend as a new storm system moves across those regions. A slow-moving low-pressure system will bring a swath of accumulating snow will likely extend from eastern Kansas and southeast Nebraska to Missouri, central and southern Iowa, Illinois, southern Wisconsin, southern Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, western and central Pennsylvania, western and northern Virginia and western North Carolina. Accumulating snow expected from Friday through Saturday night and into Sunday morning amounts in the 3-6 inch range, rain/snow mix (S) at times. Locally higher amount possible. Higher snowfall totals out to the west in south-central to southwestern IL where amount could be range from 6-8 inches. This may result in snow covered roads as well as difficult driving conditions. This is still a developing situation. Snow amounts may change in later forecast updates due to changes with the strength and possible path of the storm system. Ensembles still showing many different scenarios but are starting to become more consistent.