Forecast: Tracking another potential snow event for the weekend

Tracking weekend winter storm ahead of plunging temps Tracking weekend winter storm ahead of plunging temps
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News 12 New Jersey meteorologists are tracking another potential snow event that could impact the Garden State this upcoming weekend.

Meteorologist Dave Curren says that New Jersey is expected to see some snow and rain Thursday into Friday. 

Curren says that the weekend event is expected to start Saturday night, heading into Sunday morning. He says that there could be some accumulation, but that it shouldn’t be as bad as some posts on social media are making it seem. Curren says that it is still a bit too early to fully track this weekend storm.

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Tuesday’s overnight hours should see mostly clear skies with cooler temperatures in the upper-20s.

Wednesday is expected to see a mix of sun and clouds, with a high of around 40 degrees. Wednesday night should see partly cloudy skies with temperatures dipping to the mid-20s.

Thursday should see increasing clouds with a late-day snow or rain event. Highs should be around 35 degrees.

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

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