While you are sleeping more snow to fall on South Jersey

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northeast map While it won’t be a huge amount of snow, it will come at the wrong time, especially for school bus drivers, school children and early morning commuters, according to a National Weather Service winter weather advisory. While it won’t be a huge amount of snow, it will come at the wrong time, especially for school bus drivers, school children and early morning commuters.

The National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has issued a winter weather advisory for a wintry mix of precipitation that will come just in time to snarl up the morning commute.

Troubling Tuesday?

A quick-moving low-pressure system will ride through the area overnight and could deliver a quick coating during the early morning hours, according to the National Weather Service.

Areas of Atlantic County that are to the east of Route 54 should get less than an inch of snow, according to the National Weather Service Forecast.

About 1-2 inches of snow could fall between Route 54 and the New Jersey Turnpike.


 

Tuesday's snowfall totals will fall of in areas closer to the shore./NWS Tuesday's snowfall totals will fall of in areas closer to the shore./NWS About 2-4 inches of snow could fall between the Turnpike and I-95 in Pennsylvania, the Weather Service said.

The winter weather advisory is in effect between 3 a.m. and 9 a.m. The winter advisory is in effect for Atlantic County and the northern and western portions of Cape May County.

A quick melt?

Whatever snow falls will begin to melt on Tuesday when temperatures are forecast to shoot up into the 40s, meeting the seasonable average for mid-February.

Any snow on the ground Tuesday should be a distant memory by Friday when temperatures could reach the upper-50s, according to the National Weather Service.

 

 


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