The same storm system that produced dangerous ice across the Midwest will set its sights on the mid-Atlantic and New England for Monday.
While areas farther west are already dealing with glazed roadways and sidewalks, residents of the mid-Atlantic are still reeling from a week of frigid temperatures.
AccuWeather.com Meteorologists are monitoring a big warm-up which will help to thaw most of the Midwest and East out from the deep freeze.
However, the warm up comes at a price in the form of ice to begin the work week.
After midnight, a mess of wintry precipitation moved into Pittsburgh, Buffalo, State College, Harrisburg, Binghamton and Scranton.
The precipitation will start as a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain across western Pennsylvania before transitioning over to plain rain. Farther to the east, a period of snow will develop over central Pennsylvania and central New York which could accumulate an inch or two by daybreak before the precipitation changes to ice.