Look for 2-4 inches along the eastern half of the Expressway, down into Cape May, Cumberland and Atlantic counties.
NJTV News Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts snow, mainly in Central and South Jersey, for Saturday.
NJTV News Meteorologist John Cifelli says up to three inches of snow could fall in parts of NJ Friday into Saturday.
Temperatures will dip even further before the state sees snow Friday night into Saturday.
Hermine's impact will remain confined to New Jersey's coast.
The threat of heavy rain is gone with Hermine drifting east, but coastal flooding and beach erosion are still expected.
Coastal flooding is likely and Hermine is expected to drift toward New Jersey Sunday.
The highest impact will be coastal flooding and the heaviest rain will be south and east.
Remnants of Tropical Storm Hermine could impact New Jersey late Saturday and Sunday.
Meteorologist John Cifelli issues his latest forecast for the spring snowfall.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects three to five inches of snow to fall throughout much of New Jersey this weekend.
After an unseasonably warm weekend, portions of New Jersey will see snow Monday night and then heavy rain Tuesday night into Wednesday.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says the mercury will rise from Sunday's frigid temperatures and up to four inches of snow will fall by the end of Monday.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says the middle part of the state could see up to six inches of snow by Wednesday morning.
Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts up to six inches of snow for some parts of New Jersey, which will fall between Monday and Wednesday.