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Snow Forecast Raised for Southern New Jersey

Snow Forecast Raised for Southern New Jersey


Snow Forecast Raised for Southern New Jersey

The National Weather Service has raised its amounts for snow accumulations for Southern New Jersey and Delaware forecasting 2 to 3 inches in the southern counties with a stripe of 3 to 4 inches for Coastal Southern New Jersey in Coastal Atlantic and Cape May counties. They also extended the Winter Weather Advisory back to the Washington DC area with Baltimore on the northern fringe.

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After looking at all the afternoon model runs I think I’m just going to leave my original forecast alone with the added possibility that amounts could be locally higher in the area that I designated 2 to 3 inches which would cover areas from in and around Washington DC northeast through North Central Delaware and Southern New Jersey.

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From here on in we will watch the radar which shows snow in Eastern Kentucky and Southern Ohio with some snow aloft in parts of Virginia. Low pressure will develop in Chesapeake Bay and head for just off the New Jersey coast by Monday morning. I think that the possibility of a coating or a bit more can be extended to cover Long Island as the northern fringe of the snow is forecast to graze Long Island Monday morning. North and west of there including New York City, Northern New Jersey, Hudson Valley and Connecticut, they should see hardly any snow at all.

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The maps below are the National Weather Service forecast snow maps with the most likely snowfall prediction.

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storm free snow

 

 

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storm free snow

A second clipper will approach on Tuesday with low passing just to our north. A warm front will be setting up to our south and there could be a burst of snow with that over Central and Northern New Jersey, Long Island, the Hudson Valley and Connecticut during the daytime on Tuesday. We will address this possibility later this evening.

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