No need to stock up on milk and bread, at least this time around.
A storm that has the potential to drop a half-foot of snow on North Jersey and Pennsylvania will have a minimal affect on the Shore area, where temperatures will be significantly warmer.
According to the National Weather Service’s office in Mount Holly, clouds will move in during the day Saturday and snow will begin falling around 4 p.m. But forecasters are calling for “little to no” accumulation. The snow will mix with rain and sleet after 1 a.m., leaving an additional accumulation of less than a half-inch.
The snow may linger into Sunday, though it will end by 7 a.m. and skies will become sunny with a high near 48. For Monday, Presidents’ Day, there will be partly cloudy skies with a high near 40.