Some forecasts say three to six inches.
Others say 10 to 16.
But they all agree on one thing: we're likely to get snow Friday, and traveling could be treacherous, according to the National Weather Service, which has issued a winter storm warning for Northampton County.
The NWS says it's possible will see three to five inches of snow during the day in Easton, and then another five to nine Friday evening, when the "potentially dangerous portion of the storm" will arrive.
The forecast also means several events around the city have been postponed or cancelled.
Easton Area parents don't need to worry about school being cancelled. That was happening anyway, due to a teacher in-service day.
Friday's ski-club meeting at the high school has been cancelled as well, while the basketball games scheduled for Friday afternoon have been postponed.
The Easton Farmers' Market will suspend its indoor market Saturday, and expects to be back in business at the Nurture Nature Center Saturday, Feb. 16.
It won't be a good time to be on the road.
"Heavy snowfall is likely to affect the Friday PM commute in the Poconos, Lehigh Valley and northern & central NJ," the NWS said in a weather briefing.
It wasn't immediately clear Thursday evening if/when Easton would declare a snow emergency. If the city does make that declaration, we've linked to (and included) its list of snow emegency routes