Partly cloudy skies overnight; tracking possibility of snow for Thursday, Sunday

Storm Watch Team meteorologists are tracking a storm system that could potentially bring snow to New Jersey late Wednesday night going into Thursday.
Forecasters are also tracking another storm that could bring more snow by Sunday morning.
Tuesday night will see clear to partly cloudy skies, with low temperatures in the upper-20s. There will be some breezy weather, with some occasional wind gusts of over 40 mph.
Wednesday will start off with mostly cloudy skies and high temperatures in the mid- to upper-40s. The clouds will remain for Wednesday night, with some light rain developing after midnight. Snow may develop during the overnight hours. Overnight lows will be around 36 degrees.
The snow will continue into early Thursday and will taper off by the late morning. Skies will remain cloudy during the afternoon. Less than 1 inch of snow is expected. Daytime highs will be around 39 degrees. Thursday night will see partly cloudy skies, with temperatures dropping into the mid-teens.
Friday will see partly cloudy skies with daytime highs only in the low-20s. Friday night will see mainly cloudy skies with lows around 18 degrees.
Saturday is expected to see partly cloudy skies for most of the day, with temperatures in the 20s.
Sunday is expected to see on and off snow showers early in the day, with some peeks of sunshine later in the day. High temperatures will be around 36 degrees, with lows around 22 degrees.