We'll see if that happens again.
Snow could be heavy at times - up to an inch an hour by mid-morning before tapering off by early afternoon.
And in the North Country: It's going to snow and be bitterly cold. Times and areas could change but for now, it's from midnight to noon Friday.
As of this writing, snow is filling in from northwest to southeast across New Jersey.
- Make the most of this Thursday's weather. Some mixing with rain will be possible, especially south of Interstate 195.
Winter Weather Advisories: Issued for accumulations of snow, freezing rain, freezing drizzle, and sleet which will cause significant inconveniences and, if caution is not exercised, could lead to life-threatening situations. Saturday and Sunday shouldn't get above the mid-30s.
Behind the snow will come the bitter, piercing cold.
Temperatures are expected to hit the mid-30s today before plummeting into the low teens tonight, according to the weather service. If you have photos or video to share, send them to us on Facebook, Twitter, or by clicking here.
Overnight, temperatures will fall to around 29 degrees and early Saturday morning may see snow fall. Low around 32. Northwest wind 5 to 7 miles per hour becoming northeast after midnight. Skies will flip-flop between sun and clouds.
Forecasters predict Saturday's high in central IL to be in the low to mid-30s.
Meteorologist Justin Jackson said the day will likely start with rain Saturday morning, and as temperatures drop, that rain could turn to snow by mid-afternoon.
Monday stays cold, but otherwise quiet during the day.
After a batch of warmer-than-typical weather spanning the better part of the winter season, temperatures are expected to take a dive over the weekend resulting in the potential of March snowfall.
There will be another chance for a rain/snow mix Tuesday night, but this event won't have almost as many impacts as the weekend storm system.
A powerful winter storm, that could dump substantial snow from Washington to New England, is an increasing possibility Monday night into Tuesday.
GFS model precipitation forecast as of Tuesday morning.