The National Weather Service precipitation map shows a coastal storm grazing Ocean City on Saturday. Some media reports earlier this week would have you believe the region would be buried under blizzard snows.But the short-term forecast calls for two chances of little more than a dusting for Ocean City. The first comes Saturday afternoon, the next on Sunday night.The edge of a coastal storm may clip Ocean City on Saturday.“Some LIGHT snow is possible/likely, moreso the farther southeast in South Jersey you are,” NBC40 meteorologist Dan Skeldon posted on Friday. “Nothing major, but a dusting to a few inches is the snowiest scenario I could envision from this.”Skeldon expects a weaker system to bring another chance for a “coating to an inch” on Sunday night.The National Weather Service forecast calls for a high of 35 degrees on Saturday, 36 on Sunday and 33 on Monday. On Tuesday, the forecast calls for a high of 28 and low of 15 degrees.For all those who are tired of winter, it’s just 105 days until the start of Memorial Day Weekend.