A low-pressure system will continue to move through the Northeast today producing widespread rain, snow, and ice. Snow will gradually end from west to east in the Great Lakes early today with up to an additional inch of accumulation potentially along the Lake Michigan shores of WI, IN, IL, and mainly 1-3 inches for mainly the northern half of lower MI. Getting into the Northeast ice accumulations are possible early today across PA, northern NJ, NYC/Long Island, CT, and possible parts of RI, and widespread snow accumulations of 6-12 inches are possible in much of New England with a sharp cut-off possible into northern ME and southern New England. Mainly isolated rain showers will be possible near the cold front today as well, and this front is expected to hang around FL through the weekend potentially continuing isolated shower chances.
Heading into the weekend rain showers will be possible from SE TX to the Carolinas and southward as a weak disturbance moves through these regions, and active weather returns to the Pacific Northwest.