It looks like Monmouth and Ocean Counties should see a storm starting Friday night, and lasting all day Saturday, that could deliver as little as a dusting and as much as two inches of snow - depending on your location.
The National Weather Service is predicting the storm could deliver close to half an inch of snow before the sun comes up tomorrow across much of the area. The snow should continue until around 1 p.m. when warmer temperatures should result in a shift to rain. Snow accumulations for Saturday could be as high as two inches depending on the location.
Farther south, the storm is expected to make much less of an impact. The National Weather Service is calling for little or no accumulation tonight in Barnegat. The storm should shift to all rain in Barnegat by 10 a.m. with a high temperature near 40 degrees. The snow should come back briefly on Saturday night, but still with accumulations of less than half an inch.
By Saturday night, the storm should wind down with less than a half an inch of snow expected to fall. All precipitation should end by Sunday morning when a partly sunny day with a high of 34 is expected.