Spotty black ice is possible at onset of storm in the Appalachians and New England.
More snow is forecast for areas of the Midwest hit by the Thursday night and Friday snowstorm.
Fog may impede travel in the storm’s mild zone in the eastern United States.
Following yet another extensive swath of snow over the Midwest and Northeast to end this week, a new storm will take shape this weekend with a wide variety of precipitation and travel issues.
A storm is set to track from the lower Mississippi Valley to the Ohio Valley and eastern Great Lakes this weekend.
Wintry impacts are likely at the major hubs of Chicago and Detroit on Saturday. The storm is slated to affect hubs from Atlanta to New York City and Boston with rain and fog issues during Saturday night and Sunday.