Areas away from the coast could get as much as four inches of snow and regions prone to the so-called lake effect could see a lot more than that.
Storms produced up to an inch and a-half inch of snow in parts of Georgia last night. Wind knocked out power to about 25-thousand homes and businesses in the Atlanta area. At least two highways were shut down and Atlanta's main airport had three-hour delays.
Forecasters in New Jersey look for temperatures to take a nose-dive thanks to an Alberta Clipper behind the coastal storm. Winds of up to 45 miles-an-hour could add to the driving danger on bridges and overpasses.