Tricky forecast calls for 1-2 inches of snow

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South Jersey is in for another round of snow, according to the National Weather Service. South Jersey is in for another round of snow, according to the National Weather Service.

Weather forecasters, who are watching what they describe as a “tricky forecast,” are calling for between 1-2 inches of snow to fall in South Jersey during the overnight hours of Wednesday, Feb. 13 to Thursday, Feb. 14.

A system moving from the lower Midwest will spread rain over South Jersey during the afternoon and early evening hours, according to the National Weather Service. However, the rain will change to snow during the evening because of falling overnight temperatures.

Areas toward Philadelphia could expect between 2-4 inches, the Weather Service said.

Area’s north of Mays Landing could get 1-2 inches of snow.

Areas to the south and east of Mays Landing, such as Somers Point, Linwood and Pleasantville, may only get about an inch of snow.

The timing, speed and exact location of the storm could influence totals either up or down, according to the National Weather Service.

Either way, the storm’s effects will not last long.

Thursday could turn out to be sunny in the afternoon with a high temperature in the middle-40s. Friday’s high could reach 50 degrees, also under sunny skies.


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