The weekend forecast worked out reasonably well.  We had Saturday night snow that produced a half an inch to a little over an inch in spots.

We just had some snow in portions of New Jersey for a while Sunday, which produced a coating to a half an inch or a bit more of snow, especially in Central and South Jersey.

Now, today it will be on the chilly side.  We'll have some sunshine followed by increasing clouds late morning and this afternoon.  It should become mostly cloudy during the course of the afternoon.  High temperatures will probably be no better than the low 30s.

There's going to be some snow moving through tonight pretty quickly, but it could produce a coating to an inch or two in spots.  That will move out by early Tuesday morning.

Then, another area of snow will move in Tuesday night and early Wednesday, producing another inch or so.

We are getting all of these small systems, but they are certainly annoying if you are driving on the roads during the early morning hours like I was.  Some of the secondary roads in Ocean County were a little bit slippery before they got the salt down.

Then temperatures might start to moderate as we get towards the latter stages of the work week.