STORM WATCH: Several inches of snow possible this weekend as winter storm system approaches

Storm Watch Team meteorologists are tracking a winter storm system that has the potential to bring several inches of snow, and high wind gusts, to parts of New Jersey.
The path the storm will take is still not fully clear, but snow would begin to develop by Friday evening and last into Saturday morning. The storm track could change before then, so stay with News 12 New Jersey for updates as the forecast develops.
Winter storm watches take place Friday evening for central and southern portions of the state.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Justin Godynick says today will see mostly sunny skies, with temperatures in the mid-30s. Conditions will remain cold.
Cloudy skies will develop by tonight, with temperatures dipping to the mid-20s.
Friday will start off with cloudy skies. A few flurries or snow showers are possible in the morning. Temperatures will be in the mid-30s. The snow has the potential to become steadier as the day goes on and may begin to accumulate. Overnight temperatures will be in the high teens.
Snow is expected to continue into Saturday morning and should last into the afternoon. Daytime temperatures will be in the high-20s. The snow should end by Saturday evening. Partly cloudy skies will remain. Overnight temperatures will be in the low teens.
Sunday is expected to see mostly sunny skies, with temperatures in the high-20s. Windy conditions are expected. Overnight temperatures may be in the teens.