At 5 am it wasn’t foggy. At 6 am, on the west side of town, you couldn’t over 100 yards with headllights or foglights. The humidity is effectively 100%. With cooling air, the fog forms. It should burn off after the sun gets up.
This weekend, and hopefully next week, appear to have most of the snow out of the forecasts. They are small chances scattered across this time frame.
Next weekend and the following week are looking pretty snowy. Maybe not as bad as the last storm, but persistent snow for a long while.
This weekend should provide a great opportunity to continue to get rid of roof snow and potential ice dams. Be careful. Roofs can be very slippery. If you don’t know what you are doing, get professional help!