Forecast: Storm set to bring some light snowfall Sunday into Monday

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The Garden State is seeing pleasant winter weather this weekend with sun and clouds and seasonable temperatures, but there are a couple chances for some snow in the days ahead.

First, News 12 meteorologists say Saturday is seeing sun and clouds with highs around 42 degrees. Tonight, it will be clear and cold with lows in the 20s.

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Then on Sunday, expect partly sunny skies and temps that are a bit colder, with highs topping out around 38 degrees.

A storm system is due to arrive late Sunday, bringing light snowfall overnight and into Monday morning. Expect a coating to 2 slushy inches across parts of northern New Jersey by Monday morning, with the higher end of the scale in the far northwestern corner of the state, before a changeover to rain. Areas of central and southern Jersey will see more rain.

Presidents Day on Monday will see light snow continuing in the early morning, mixing with rain at times, and the rest of the day will be see skies start to clear with highs reaching near 40 degrees.

The next chance for some snow could arrive on Wednesday, which is currently expected to see some snowfall arriving in the afternoon. But the forecast could change, so stick with News 12 for the very latest weather information.

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