Get ready for some "fluffy" snow, Moorestown.
While the forecast has changed a bit since earlier this week, it still looks like South Jersey will get some snow beginning Friday afternoon.
As of Wednesday at 5 p.m., the National Weather Service (NWS) in Mount Holly was calling for the storm to drop between 1 and 4 inches of snow in Burlington and Camden counties.
"It looks to us like it's going to snow," NWS meteorologist Walter Drag said. "We just don't know how much yet. It looks to us like somewhere in the 1- to 4-inch range."
The snow, which Drag described as "fluffy," is expected to start Friday afternoon and last through Friday night.
Assuming the forecast doesn't change, township manager Scott Carew said the Public Works Department will follow standard operating procedures for sanding/salting and plowing.
Temperatures are not expected to top the freezing point again until Sunday, when the high temperature is expected to hit 33 degrees, but could reach 50 by the middle of next week.