Two systems will be tracked through the country producing rain and snow in parts of the country.
The first system will continue to move out of the eastern US today and will produce rain showers from the Mid-Atlantic south to FL which should wrap up by evening except for FL where chances could linger until about midnight or so, and then to the north into the Great Lakes and New England today with linger chances into Saturday in parts of New England. The best chances of getting a few inches of snow will be in southern PA, northern NJ, and southeastern New England, and further west into the Great Lakes mainly around an inch at most.
The second system will move from the Pacific Northwest today and into the Midwest by Sunday night. Initially, low-level rains and several inches of snow in the mountains are expected through Saturday evening with a surface low developing ahead of this activity in CO throughout Saturday. The low moves through the central Plains Saturday overnight and into the Great Lakes by Sunday night producing accumulating snow potential from southern SD and NE Saturday overnight eastward through Sunday and possibly making it to western PA and western WV towards Monday morning. Widespread snow accumulation of 2 to 6 inches are possible.