The National Weather Service is keeping an eye on a weekend snowstorm that could move along the Interstate 95 corridor.
New England has the best chances for the storm that is expected to come in from the Atlantic. The storm will be all snow, unlike many winter storms.
In its briefing, the Mount Holly, NJ office of the National Weather Service said Delaware could see more than six inches of snow.
Areas of central and southern Delaware have the best chance of heavy snow. High winds could also hit the region.
The weather office noted that the path of the storm remains uncertain. However, signs that it could affect the region began to appear early in the week.
The paths and rain/snow lines of major storms along the I-95 corridor are difficult to predict, and the weather service advised businesses and individuals to check for updates.
The weather service released a preliminary map of the chances of snow but is subject to change.
Click here for the latest briefing from the National Weather Service.