Some key points that will be important -
1) This is a relatively fast moving storm system. At any given location - the snow may fall for less than 12 hours (some guidance is even shorter).
2) Areas south and east are currently favored for the heaviest snowfall totals.
3) The warm temperatures and wet ground preceding this system will likely cut down a little bit on snow totals.
4) There will be a very, very sharp cutoff in the snowfall to the northwest. Exactly where this cutoff sets up will be important for exact snowfall at any given location. This could be a situation where Frederick, MD receives only a coating or flurries, while areas on the southern half of the Capital Beltway receive 6 inches or more.
A full analysis post will be coming later today.