A clipper system will dive down into the eastern US this weekend (clippers are weak low pressure systems that originate from Canada) . Right now it looks like it wants to bring some light snow to our area Sunday and Sunday night. Nothing to write home about right now, but in some cases these clippers like to reorganize and develop into stronger storms just off the coast. It does not appear that will be the case at this present moment, but things can always change. We are in a pattern over the next two weeks that will yield a few of these clipper like systems so one of them turning into a stronger storm is always on the table.
As for temperatures over the next week expect colder conditions with highs in North Jersey ranging from 28-34, and Mid 30's for central and south. February will be a cold month overall and for what its worth I expect to give us the most winter weather of this season (not much to compete with so far).
Check in for any updates on the clipper for Sunday..but as of now it is nothing of big concern.