How much snow will North Jersey get Sunday and Monday? See projected inch counts

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Snow has been plentiful in the northeast so far this year, and plenty more is on the way to New Jersey.

In addition to snow, temperatures could feel subzero Friday in what is expected to be a freezing, wet MLK Day holiday weekend.

The forecast calls for snowfall beginning late Sunday night into early Monday morning, before turning into rain as the temperature warms up. Dave Radell, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service, said parts of northern Bergen and Passaic counties could get between 4 to 6 inches of snow during the holiday weekend.

See how much snow you might see according to the National Weather Service.

Photos: North Jersey hit by snow last weeky

Bergen County

Bergenfield, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: 1-4"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 100%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 87%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 56%

Hackensack, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: <1-3"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 100%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 78%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 50%

Lyndhurst, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: <1-4"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 100%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 85%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 58%

Paramus, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: 1-4"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 100%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 95%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 67%

Ramsey, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: 2-6"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 100%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 100%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 90%

Ridgefield, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: <1-3"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 95%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 69%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 38%

Ridgewood, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: 1-5"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 100%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 95%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 73%

Rutherford, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: <1-3"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 100%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 78%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 50%

Morris County

Morristown, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: 2-5"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 98%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 93%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 82%

Sussex County

Newton, NJ

Low-end to high-end snowfall: 2-6"

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 98%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 94%

Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 83%

This article originally appeared on NorthJersey.com: NJ snow storm forecast: How much snow will we get?

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