Even though Punxsutawney Phil saw no shadow early Saturday morning and forecast early spring weather, Old Man Winter has a few more snowy punches left for South Jersey.
The first snow event arrived Saturday evening into Sunday morning, Feb. 2-3.
According to the National Weather Service, a fast-moving Alberta Clipper storm system will sweep across South Jersey during the overnight hours.
As a result, portions of Atlantic County are expected to receive about 1.5 inches of snow. Areas to the north will receive 2 or more inches of snow.
Residents in Cape May County, who were the hardest hit during Friday morning’s snowstorm, can expect to receive less than an inch of snow this time.
Friday’s storm delivered between 4-7 inches in Cape May County.
Sunday’s high temperatures are expected to reach about 37 degrees, but should remain near freezing on Monday and Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
More flurries are possible mid-week.