`Weak Storm’ Expected for Princeton Region Tonight into Saturday

Leanne O'Donnell made a snow serpent Thursday. Photo Credit: Amy Goldstein.
Leanne O’Donnell made a snow serpent Thursday. Photo Credit: Amy Goldstein.

The Thursday storm dumped almost a foot of snow in the Princeton area. More snow is on the way tonight and Saturday morning. Forecasters are predicting that snow or a mix of rain and snow ranging from one to three inches will fall in the Central Jersey area.

Precipitation will begin as snow just about everywhere after midnight tonight, then continue into Saturday morning, ending by mid to late afternoon.

•Temperatures on Saturday will peak  in the mid 30s. Colder air moving in will bring Saturday night lows down to the mid teens. Temperatures aren’t expected to rise above freezing on Sunday, and another cold night is expected Sunday night. Then a warming trend begins on Monday, with high temperatures “soaring” into the 50s by the end of the week.

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