EDISON - A storm system south of the state is expected to bring rain and possibly snow to New Jersey Friday night into Saturday.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that coastal flooding and beach erosion are possible for the coast during the storm.

Thursday’s overnight hours are expected to see temperatures in the upper-20s and low-30s.

Friday should see temperatures warm into the high-40s, but skies are expected to be mostly cloudy. Scattered rain showers are expected to develop by the evening. That rain could become a wintry mix.

Saturday should see rain for most of the morning hours. Curren says that once the rain subsides, the remainder of the day should be mostly cloudy. Temperatures are expected to reach the high-40s.