STORM WATCH: Winter storm to drop several inches of snow on New Jersey Thursday morning
Storm Watch Team meteorologists are tracking a winter storm Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
The storm is expected to bring several inches of snow and rain to parts of the Garden State. It is expected to impact the Thursday morning commute. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for parts of northern New Jersey through Thursday afternoon.
Wednesday night will see cloudy skies with light rain and snow developing after midnight. Some sleet may be mixed in. Overnight lows will be around 35 degrees.
The snow and rain will continue into Thursday morning. Slippery roads and walkways will be a concern. The precipitation will taper off by the late morning, giving way to cloudy skies for the rest of the afternoon. Temperatures will start off in the upper-30s and cool into the low-30s by the end of the day. Thursday night will see a few clouds and overnight lows around 14 degrees.
Friday will see a mix of sun and clouds, but daytime highs will only be in the low-20s. Friday night will be partly to mostly cloudy, with lows around 11 degrees.
Saturday is expected to see mainly sunny skies with daytime highs in the mid-20s. Saturday night should see partly cloudy skies in the evening, with an increase of clouds overnight. Overnight lows are expected to be around 20 degrees.
Sunday is expected to see intervals of clouds and sunshine. Daytime high temperatures should be in the mid-30s. Sunday night is expected to see partly cloudy skies and overnight lows around 19 degrees.