NWS: Sunday night snow possible for inland South Jersey

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If you can’t wait for snow, you may not have to wait too much longer, according to a hazardous weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./NWS If you can’t wait for snow, you may not have to wait too much longer, according to a hazardous weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./NWS

If you can’t wait for snow, you may not have to wait too much longer, according to a hazardous weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center.

The likely timeframe is Sunday night into Monday morning, according to a National Weather Service forecast.

The greatest likelihood for snow is in the interior portions of Atlantic, Cumberland and Burlington counties, the National Weather Service said.

South Jersey snowfall time frame forecast

On Sunday, it’s possible that a low pressure system could ride up a cold front that will be stalled somewhere near the I-95 corridor, the National Weather Service said.

Some snow is likely because the precipitation will begin falling during the colder overnight hours, the National Weather Service said.

The snow is forecast to change over to a period or ice or freezing rain before becoming all rain on Monday, the National Weather Service Forecast.

South Jersey snowfall amout forecast

The European weather model has forecast about 1-2 inches of snow for interior portions of South Jersey. Central Pennsylvania counties could get up to six inches or more.

For storm history, see West coast arctic plunge to reach South Jersey next week

 

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