STORM WATCH: Wintry mix lasts into Wednesday night; tracking Saturday snow

Storm Watch Team meteorologists are tracking a potential snow event in New Jersey for Saturday.
Meteorologist Justin Godynick says that before this weather system arrives, New Jersey will see a slight warmup in temperatures over the next few days.
Wintry precipitation will continue into the evening hours, before drying out by the nighttime. The overnight hours will see mostly cloudy skies and temperatures around 34 degrees.
Thursday will see mostly sunny skies, with a few clouds. Temperatures will warm into the low-50s. Thursday night will see a few clouds and temperatures dropping into the low-30s.
Friday will see a mix of sun and clouds and daytime highs around 51 degrees. Friday night will see clouds in the evening, before some rain develops during the overnight hours. Overnight lows will cool to the upper-30s.
The rain will continue into Saturday morning and is expected to turn into snow by Saturday afternoon for some parts of New Jersey. Daytime highs on Saturday will only be in the upper-40s. Godynick says that there may be some snow accumulation. But he says that the snow should not impact the state too greatly.
The rain and snow should clear up by Saturday night, followed by cloudy skies. Windy weather is expected to remain. Overnight lows will be around 22 degrees.
Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday. New Jersey residents should be reminded to set their clocks ahead one hour. Sunday will see mostly sunny skies, with some clouds. But daytime highs will only be in the upper-30s. Sunday night will see partly cloudy skies and overnight lows around 31 degrees.