Winter weather advisory for 1-3 inches of snow

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While most of South Jersey may miss the brunt of today’s Monday morning snow madness, we won’t escape the drama entirely, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./NWS While most of South Jersey may miss the brunt of today’s Monday morning snow madness, we won’t escape the drama entirely, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./NWS While most of South Jersey may miss the brunt of today’s Monday morning snow madness, we won’t escape the drama entirely, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center.

Though the temperature was 36 degrees with rain at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 3, the fun was only beginning.

 South Jersey snow: 1-3, 4-7 inches

The National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center issued a winter weather advisory for Monday, Feb. 3 for 1-3 inches of heavy wet snow to fall.

However, the greatest snow amounts will be located the further west you go.

While most of South Jersey may miss the brunt of today’s Monday morning snow madness, we won’t escape the drama entirely, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./NWS While most of South Jersey may miss the brunt of today’s Monday morning snow madness, we won’t escape the drama entirely, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center./NWS A coating to an inch night fall along the immediate coast, the Weather Service says. About 2 inches could fall across the central portion of Atlantic and Cumberland counties.

Places such as Hammonton, Atsion, Batsto, Green Bank could receive up to 4 inches.

The advisories are for Atlantic and Cumberland counties. There is no winter weather advisory for Cape May County.

The National Weather Service has posted winter storm warnings for the rest of South Jersey and for eastern Pennsylvania. Those warnings call for 4-7 inches of snow. Expect hazardous conditions once the snow starts falling in Ocean, Burlington and Monmouth counties.

Though mild air remained in place over night, colder conditions will spread across South Jersey later this morning, according to the National Weather Service. As a result, the rain will change over to a period of heavy wet snow by noon. The snow should end before the evening drive home.

Tuesday, Wednesday outlook

Temperatures will warm into the middle- to upper-30s on Tuesday, Feb. 4 before overnight rain moves in. The rain will last into Wednesday and could be heavy at times, according to the National Weather Service.

 

 


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