N.J.’s weekend snow forecast just got worse; up to 4 inches...

N.J.'s weekend snow forecast just got worse; up to 4 inches possible

A storm system is now expected to move closer to the Atlantic coast than was initially anticipated, upping the probability that most areas of New Jersey will see their first snow accumulations of the season this weekend.

08 Aralık 2017 - 08:25

A storm system is now expected to move closer to the Atlantic coast than was initially anticipated, upping the probability that most areas of New Jersey will see their first snow accumulations of the season this weekend.

In a revised forecast issued Thursday afternoon, the National Weather Service forecast office in Mount Holly now calls for up to 4 inches of snow in far southern New Jersey, 3 inches in parts of Monmouth and Ocean counties and 2 inches or less from Middlesex County up through northern New Jersey.

"Light snow is expected to accumulate up to a few inches late Friday night through Saturday," the weather service said in a hazardous weather outlook issued at about 3:50 p.m. Thursday.

In a forecast discussion, the weather service said a coastal storm system that had been expected to remain far offshore Friday night into Saturday afternoon "is showing better organization today and also a track closer to the coast."



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