It depends if it was a felony. I don't think you have anything to worry about if it wasn't. A lot of police stations from different states don't communicate so I think you're ok. Unless you did something really bad
Most jails will place a hold on you, along with a bail amount for any new crimes committed. This hold will prevent you from posting bail in the current state. It is up to the state where the warrant is from to extradite, and they are responsible for extradition. Typically extradition isn't necessary, the current police station WILL communicate with the issuing state, most of the time they will give you a date and time to appear in their court. Then any holds will be lifted at your current detention facility, and you can post bail. Of course with your track record, who would want to post your bond?