EDISON - Rounds of intermittent snow are expected to hit much of New Jersey for the first few days of the work week as two storm systems move over the area.

Snow arriving early Monday morning will continue into the afternoon, and will be light to moderate in some areas. About 1-3 inches of accumulation are possible in some areas, with the higher amounts closer to the coast. The timing and exact track of the complex system will directly affect totals, so stay with News 12 for the very latest.

The Monday morning commute could be tricky with slick roads in spots, and it will also be windy. Expect winds of 10-20 mph, and gusts around 30 mph.

More rounds of on-and-off light snow will continue through Tuesday, News 12 meteorologists say. Highs on Tuesday will reach about 35 degrees.

Wednesday could see more flurries light snow showers, with highs in the mid-30s.

The snow clears out by Thursday, which will see a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures holding steady in the mid-30s.

It gets colder for Friday and Saturday, when highs will top out only in the 20s and lows could reach the single-digits.

Stay with News 12 New Jersey for the latest forecast information.