The Jersey Shore could see the first snow of the season. Meteorologist Dan Zarrow says we could possibly see anywhere from 1-4 inches of the white stuff. Winter Storm Watch will be in effect for Ocean County and a Winter Weather Advisory for Monmouth County. Reduced visibility and traction during steady snowfall may impact weekend travel.

Here's Dan Zarrow's latest forecast:

TODAY... MOSTLY CLOUDY... CHILLY... RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS POSSIBLE... HIGHS IN THE LOWER 40S

TONIGHT... LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW ARRIVES... VERY COLD... LOWS IN THE MID 20S

SATURDAY... SNOW LIKELY THROUGHOUT THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON... 3 TO 4 INCHES OF ACCUMULATION WEST OF THE PARKWAY... ABOUT 2 INCHES RIGHT ALONG THE COAST... BREEZY AND COLD... HIGHS ONLY IN THE LOWER TO MID 30S

SUNDAY... MORNING SNOW SHOWERS, THEN CLEARING TO SUNSHINE... COLD AND BLUSTERY... HIGHS AROUND 40

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