A very cold day in New Jersey after low to middle 30s yesterday.

We'll be lucky to get to near 30 today.  Some of us may not be out of the upper 20s with a partly sunny sky.

Some clear skies tonight with lows back in the teens, lower 20s along the south coast.

Some sunshine Friday with a brisk wind, highs in the low to middle 30s.

The next storm arrives during the day Saturday.  Snow should develop just about everywhere, but it will probably go to a mix and rain late in the day in parts of South Jersey, then go to a wintry mix in other parts of the state on Saturday night.

There's going to be some accumulation.  The potential for 4 inches or more is certainly there, especially in the northern half of the state.  Accumulation is certainly possible elsewhere, even before the changeover happens in far South Jersey.

Highs Saturday from 28 to 33, but close to 40 along the south coast.  The storm will be moving rapidly away on Sunday with some sunshine returning and windy conditions, as we dry out.  Sunday's highs just in the low 40s.