The blue/grey shaded region from Oklahoma through the Midwest indicates a Winter Storm Watch that has been posted, generally valid from Monday evening in the Southwest through Wednesday night in the Northeast portions of the watch area.
I am going to take a look at the full morning computer forecast model suites before making any specific predictions, but in general, a heavy snow event appears likely from portions of east-central Kansas to northern Illinois. A significant ice event is possible just south of the heavy snow axis, from portions of northeast Oklahoma and southeast Kansas, through southern and central Missouri into central and southern Illinois.
Meanwhile, a major arctic cold blast will impact the central and southern Plains and Midwest late Monday into Tuesday.
I'll make a more detailed posting later this morning or early this afternoon, after examining all of the latest data.