Forecast: Sun expected Wednesday as threat of snow looms

Heavy rain fell Tuesday morning across the majority of New Jersey, making for a messy morning commute, as the threat of some snow looms in the forecast for Thursday. Heavy rain fell Tuesday morning across the majority of New Jersey, making for a messy morning commute, as the threat of some snow looms in the forecast for Thursday.
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New Jersey is expected so see some sunshine Wednesday as the threat of the season’s first snowstorm looms for Thursday.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says that the snow is expected to come to New Jersey by Thursday afternoon. Northern parts of the state could see up to 4 inches of snow. The rest of the state should see a coating of snow or a mix of rain and sleet.

The storm is expected to negatively impact the Thursday evening commute.

MORE: News 12 Weather Center

Tuesday saw cloudy, rainy conditions with temperatures in the mid-40s. Overnight hours should see partly cloudy skies with temperatures cooling into the low-30s.

Wednesday is expected to see a mix of sun and clouds with windy conditions. High temperatures should be in the low-40s with temperatures dipping into the mid-20s overnight.

Stay with News 12 New Jersey for the latest weather information.

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