Blizzard Warning NE Pennsylvania Catskills JFK Gusting 63 MPH Major Storm Tonight Into Saturday Watches Warnings Everywhere

Winter Storm Warning Expanded In Northern New Jersey

Winter Storm Warning Expanded In Northern New Jersey

Winter Storm Warning Expanded In Northern New Jersey

Major Storm Tonight Into Saturday Watches Warnings Everywhere

This is the snow forecast map I came out with yesterday morning and I guess I’m sticking with this considering what is going on with the radars and observations. Winter Storm Warnings continue for Sussex County & Western Passaic. All of Northeastern Pennsylvania, The Hudson Valley from Orange county across into Putnam and parts of Dutchess as well as the Catskills.

..WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 AM EST SATURDAY...

* WHAT...Heavy wet snow. Total snow accumulations of 4 to 8 inches
  with locally higher amounts to 10 inches at elevations above 700
  feet and two inches or less in the valleys near Interstates 287
  and 78.

* WHERE...Warren and Morris counties.

* WHEN...Rain has transitioned to wet snow at higher elevations
  this morning while a mix of rain and snow is occurring in the
  valleys. The snow will be heavy at times late this morning and
  this afternoon with snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour
  possible in the higher elevations. The snow is expected to
  decrease in intensity this evening before ending from west to
  east overnight.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Plan on very difficult travel conditions
  through the evening commute. The combination of a strong
  northwest wind gusting to 50 mph and heavy snow could create
  near whiteout conditions at times. The heavy wet snow and the
  strong wind will likely cause damage to trees and utility lines
  with numerous power outages likely at higher elevations.

Winter Weather Advisory is now in effect for Hunterdon County

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 AM EST SATURDAY...

* WHAT...Wet snow. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches at
  elevations above 700 feet and two inches or less in the valleys
  south of Interstate 78.

* WHERE...Hunterdon county.

* WHEN...Rain has transitioned to wet snow at higher elevations
  this morning while a mix of rain and snow is occurring in the
  valleys. The snow may be moderate to heavy at times through this
  afternoon with snowfall rates up to one inch per hour possible
  at higher elevations. The snow is expected to decrease in
  intensity early this evening before ending from west to east
  late this evening into the overnight.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Plan on very difficult travel conditions
  through the evening commute. The combination of a strong
  northwest wind gusting to 50 mph and heavy snow could create
  near whiteout conditions at times in the higher elevations. The
  heavy wet snow and the strong wind could cause damage to trees
  and utility lines with scattered power outages possible,
  especially in the higher elevations.

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