Will it snow late Sunday or early Monday across our area? That’s not quite clear at this point, but forecasters say we may be dodging the snowy bullet.

In fact, Townsquare Media's Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow explains that the forecast is complicated, but it’s a close call at this point.

“The developing consensus paints a ‘miss’ for New Jersey,” he wrote early Thursday. “It is a really close call – within about 100 miles – and it’s important to note that I’m not totally convinced we won’t see any raindrops or snowflakes from this one.”

A storm is expected to develop around the Carolinas on Sunday, but the question remains – will it track closer to our area? Or will the storm pass out to sea?

The best chances for any precipitation remain across South Jersey (so Burlington County on south) right now, according to the National Weather Service.

“Temperatures will likely be cold enough for snow (especially at night),” according to the latest forecast from the National Weather Service. Which, we can see since they’re forecasting a low temperature of 26 degrees Sunday night.

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