A wintry mix of freezing rain and sleet will be possible early Monday morning, north of I-70. Another moderate round of snow is expected Thursday night into Friday. But most of the heavy snowfall was expected to end by Sunday morning, the Reno Gazette-Journal reported.
Meanwhile, cold temperatures are expected in the region overnight Saturday, with temperatures dropping to 15-20 degrees and the wind chill in the single digits.
The statement warned that the storm could have "a significant impact" on travel in the region. Finally, locations to the south of the Quad Cities near Monmouth and Galesburg will see mainly rain through Monday night.
Driving conditions could be hard for your Monday morning commute as areas north of Baltimore could see several inches of snow. All precipitation should change to rain as temps quickly climb above freezing.
Snow starts between 12-1 PM on Tuesday in Worcester County.
Stretches of interstates 29, 35, 80, 90 and 94 are expected to be hard and risky to travel on during the height of the storm.
The National Weather Service has decreased forecast snow totals for Northeastern Minnesota, however, with only a 30 percent chance that Duluth, the Iron Range and most of the North Shore will see 6 inches or more. Inslee declared a state of emergency over the storm.
Meanwhile, enough rain may fall to aggravate the flooding situation from Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky, to the southern portions of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.
The snow may change to ice pellets and freezing rain in the afternoon, it will turn back to snow by Tuesday night and snow will change to flurries by Wednesday.
The Central states will then have to brace for yet another winter storm at late week.