TRENTON - Weather-weary people around New Jersey may soon be dealing with another major winter storm.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says parts of the state could see as much as a foot of snow from a system that's expected to hit the region late tomorrow night or early Thursday. But Curren warns that the storm's track remains uncertain. A shift could mean more sleet or rain in parts of the state.

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A winter storm watch has already been issued for the southern half of the state where the storm could mix with freezing rain and sleet. Snowfall totals for that part of the region are expected to be a bit lower.

Curren says overnight lows are expected to range from 5 below to 7 degrees in most spots.