EDISON - A storm system is bringing New Jersey periods of rain that may mix with wet snow today.
News 12 meteorologists say the precipitation could become heavy at times, but most areas of northern New Jersey likely won't see any accumulations beyond a slushy coating on cold surfaces. Southwestern parts of the state could see more, topping out at 1-2 inches on cold surfaces.
The high temperature today will top out around 43 degrees. It will be quite breezy with winds E-NE 15-25 mph.
The precipitation will taper off tonight, and it will be breezy and very cold with overnight lows around 28 degrees. There is a freeze warning in effect for parts of the state tonight and into early Sunday morning. Wind chills will make it feel like it's 15-25 degrees. The winds will keep up at around 15-30 mph.
Sunday will be mostly sunny, breezy and chilly. Highs will be around around 47 degrees.
It starts to warm up to more seasonable temperatures for Monday, with highs near 59 degrees under a mix of sun and clouds with some late-day showers.
Stay with News 12 for the latest forecast information.