Winter Storm Watch: 6 am Wednesday to 4 am Thursday

New Jersey weather forecasters say some parts of the region could receive several inches of snow from a storm system that will be arriving on Super Bowl Sunday

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After about 4 inches of snow fell in the State College area on Sunday, more may be on the way this week. Please monitor subsequent forecast updates and statements.WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 3 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 6 AM CST WEDNESDAY. Total snow accumulations should range from 1 to 3 inches across the Lower Susquehanna Valley to between 4 and 6 inches further north near the Interstate 80 corridor.

Another minor snowfall is possible Friday with highs in the upper 20s. Here's a breakdown of what the National Weather Service is forecasting for each region of New Jersey.

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Thursday looks to be windy and cold with highs between 28 and 34 degrees.

New Yorkers can expect a rainy weekend, but at least we'll see some mild temperatures. The best chance for steady snow will be between 1:00AM and 5:00AM.

"Monday we get a chance of precipitation coming in the late afternoon", meteorologist Russell Danielsen said.

Sunday's snow dusting had its heaviest accumulation along and north of the turnpike, said Eric Horst of the Millersville University Weather Information Center, with a few inches of snow and sleet.

Much of the state saw all forms of wintry weather on Wednesday, as the storm started at snow but transitioned to freezing rain and rain for most.

Monday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 47.

Temperatures will also be cold, with temperatures around 17 degrees by late afternoon and wind chills dropping to around zero.

As quick as the clouds cleared, they return during the evening and overnight hours.

Early projections call for the Saturday snow to be around the same levels we're due to see this week, but Onton said those predictions remain fluid.

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