EDISON - A fast-moving clipper system could bring snow to parts of New Jersey over the next few days.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that Monday saw temperatures in the low-30s, but the wind chill made it seem as if temperatures were in the teens.
Monday’s clear skies may give way to clouds overnight. The wind is expected to stick around, bringing temperatures down even more at night.
Tuesday should see mostly cloudy skies and the clipper system could bring scattered, light snow showers. Curren says visibility may be decreased on New Jersey’s roads, but the snow should not accumulate.
Wednesday and Thursday may also see a chance of snow flurries with temperatures in the low- to mid-30s.