Chance of snow lessens across New Jersey; rainy weekend expected

New Jersey was poised to deal with a snowy Wednesday morning commute, but the chance for snow has lessened across the state.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says that the snowy weather will mostly miss the Garden State and that more than likely some light rain sprinkles will appear around the shore and some flurries could develop in northern sections of the state.
Curren says that the next possible precipitation event is expected for the weekend.
Tuesday night will see cloudy skies with temperatures dipping into the low- to mid-30s.
Wednesday will see overcast skies, with the possibility of some light rain or flurries. High temperatures will be in the low- to mid-40s. Wednesday night will be mostly cloudy, with clearing in the overnight hours. Overnight lows will be around 30 degrees.
Thursday will see a mix of sun and clouds, with temperatures in the low-40s.
Looking ahead to the weekend, Curren says that Saturday looks to be mostly cloudy, with some rain developing by Saturday night. Highs will be in the low-60s. Sunday could start off stormy as the rain continues from Saturday night.