Snowy Wednesday morning on tap for South Jersey

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Future simulated radar models indicate a four-hour period of light snow could move across South Jersey this morning, delivering more snow to southern portions of Cumberland, Atlantic and Cape May counties./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Future simulated radar models indicate a four-hour period of light snow could move across South Jersey this morning, delivering more snow to southern portions of Cumberland, Atlantic and Cape May counties./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com

Future simulated radar models indicate a four-hour period of light snow could move across South Jersey this morning, delivering more snow to southern portions of Cumberland, Atlantic and Cape May counties.

Mid-week replay

In what could seem like a weather rewind from yesterday, a band of morning snow showers will cover the area from west to east on Wednesday, Feb. 26, according to the NCEP HRRR forecast model.

The National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has issued a winter weather advisory for Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Salem counties. The advisory expires at 11 a.m. and calls for 1-2 inches of snow to fall. The greatest amounts of snowfall will be to the south with a sharp cutoff in snow totals to the north.

The snow is expected to clear the Jersey Shore by noon, according to the National Weather Service.

South Jersey snowfall totals are expected to be light on Wednesday, Feb. 26, according to the National Weather Service./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com South Jersey snowfall totals are expected to be light on Wednesday, Feb. 26, according to the National Weather Service./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com The rest of the day is expected to be unseasonably cool.

Wednesday’s temperatures will struggle to reach the freezing mark. However, wind chill values are expected to fall into the single digits on Friday, Feb. 28 in South Jersey and nearing 10 below in much of Pennsylvania, according to future weather forecasts.

Single-digit wind chill values are expected on Friday, Feb. 28./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Single-digit wind chill values are expected on Friday, Feb. 28./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com

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