No snowstorms, but snow is on the way

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This weekend’s snowfall shouldn’t hurt to much as long as you live on the east side of Route 206, according to the National Weather Service’s Mount Holly Forecast Center./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com This weekend’s snowfall shouldn’t hurt to much as long as you live on the east side of Route 206, according to the National Weather Service’s Mount Holly Forecast Center./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com

This weekend’s snowfall shouldn’t hurt to much as long as you live on the east side of Route 206, according to the National Weather Service’s Mount Holly Forecast Center.

Coastal South Jersey will get a quick shot of snow that could lead to less than an inch of accumulation on Saturday, Jan. 25, the National Weather Service said.

The snow should begin falling during the early afternoon and last until the early evening hours, the National Weather Service said.

However, it could be a different story for residents living in the areas to the west of Route 206 in the western portions of South Jersey and in eastern Pennsylvania, northern Maryland and Delaware.

There the National Weather Service is forecasting a 1-3 inch snowfall.

If you are traveling to the Poconos, expect more snow that what arrives here in South Jersey.

Along the I-81 corridor, the National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for 2-4 inches of snow.

Cold stays around

Don’t expect the air to feel much warmer on Saturday, Jan. 25 even though the temperature could be nearly 15 degrees warmer than on Friday, Jan. 24.

Why? The answer is blowing in the wind.

Southerly winds between 15 and 21 mph will gust to 31 mph making it feel as though the temperature is in the teens, according to the National Weather Service.

Monday warmth, Tuesday chill

After a high temperature of 25 degrees on Sunday, the mercury will soar – or so it will seem – to 43 degrees on Monday, Jan. 27, the Weather Service said.

Then the chill begins.

More northerly air will invade South Jersey on Tuesday, Jan. 28 setting the stage for high temperatures that will remain in the 20s from Tuesday through Thursday.

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