Get ready for s snowy weekend in Jersey. The latest forecast shows that parts of the state could get up to 6 inches of snow on Saturday.

Northern Jersey is said to be hit with most of the impact. There is a possibility towns up north could see between 2 to 6 inches. The rest of the state will definitely see a wintery mix all day Saturday accumulating less than an inch of snow. According to  the National Weather Service, the storm is expected to be messy. The perception will change from snow to rain causing the roads to be very slick.

“Much of the region simply hasn’t had much snow or ice so far this winter,” AccuWeather senior meteorologist David Dombek said. “Still, enough snow and ice is likely to fall with this storm to create slippery travel (in New Jersey) with a general coating to an inch or two forecast for these areas along Interstate 95.”

According to NJ.com, residents can expect 2 to 3 inches of snow in eastern Union, eastern Essex, eastern Passaic, most of Bergen and all of Hudson County. And Warren County could also get 4 to 6 inches