Per the HWO (Hazardous Weather Outlook) from the NWS, it looks like the timing of the storm is focused more on Sunday night into Monday:
THERE IS THE POTENTIAL FOR WINTRY WEATHER ASSOCIATED WITH A COASTAL LOW PRESSURE STARTING SUNDAY NIGHT.
It is still too far out to hone in on an exact track at this time. If the storm does track up the New Jersey coast as is possible, how certain is it that we see snow instead of rain? It is late March, and the average temperature for the Lehigh Valley this weekend is 53 degrees. Normally this would signal rain. But we have had below average temperatures lately, and that trend will likely continue through the beginning of April. This will give us an opportunity for snow, or a mix, if the storm tracks up the Jersey coast.
Stay tuned for more details on this storm possibility over the weekend.