There's a possibility a nor'easter could bring some snow to the region in the middle of next week.

The track of the storm is still undetermined, and there's a possibility it could be too far out to sea to affect us.

The National Weather Service in Mount Holly, N.J. states that a potential coastal low, "a typical nor'easter," could impact the region.

If this pans out, our area could have mostly snow, while the southern part of the state would have rain.

Obviously impacted would be regions devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

Meanwhile, no rain or snow is forecast for this weekend.