First measurable snow lands on South Jersey

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Heavy, wet snow flakes have begun to fall throughout Atlantic County as the noon hour approached with updated snowfall amounts that will affect anyone with outdoor plans today. Heavy, wet snow flakes have begun to fall throughout Atlantic County as the noon hour approached with updated snowfall amounts that will affect anyone with outdoor plans today.

Heavy, wet snow flakes have begun to fall throughout Atlantic County as the noon hour approached with updated snowfall amounts that will affect anyone with outdoor plans today across South Jersey.

The Weather Channel is now reporting 1-3 inches of snow will fall during the afternoon and early evening hours in Hammonton. 2-4 inches could fall in Egg Harbor City.

Closer to the coast, Absecon should receive 1-2 inches of snow.

Areas immediately along the coast should expect little or no accumulation.

As temperatures warm, the snow could change to periods of freezing rain or sleet, the National Weather Service says.

All of the precipitation should change over to rain late this evening as a warm front crosses the area and temperatures rise through the 30s and into the lower 40s, the Weather Service said.

The rain could taper off during the afternoon hours on Monday.

 

 


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