The Jersey Shore will see some snow briefly tonight, but not enough to impact tomorrow morning's commute. 

According to the National Weather Service, snow should spread east over New Jersey after 6 p.m. The snow may be heavy for a time, reducing the visibility to less than a half mile. The snow is forecast to mix with rain near the coast.

There may also be a brief period of sleet when the precipitation first begins, before it quickly changes over to all snow.

Snowfall totals in the region are expected to range from a half inch to an inch and a half. The only travel concerns will be tonight when you can expect slick conditions.

Expected snowfall totals through 7 a.m. tomorrow (photo: NOAA)

The snow is expected to end between by 11 tonight.