Update: Changing snow forecasts, warnings

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Get out your lineup cards, weather fans, because a meandering South Jersey weather forecast is forcing the National Weather Service to change its warnings and advisories as a late-season storm prepares to move in./National Weather Service Get out your lineup cards, weather fans, because a meandering South Jersey weather forecast is forcing the National Weather Service to change its warnings and advisories as a late-season storm prepares to move in./National Weather Service Get out your lineup cards, weather fans, because a meandering South Jersey weather forecast is forcing the National Weather Service to change its warnings and advisories as a late-season storm prepares to move in.

A clash between northern and southern weather patterns will set up a battle zone in the Middle Atlantic States to form a late-season snowstorm that begins to fall later this evening on Sunday, March 16.

South Jersey’s winter storm warning for eastern Cape May County

Similar to the Monday March madness snow storm on March 3 that delivered the season’s worse snowfall south of the Great Egg River, Cape May County seems to be under the gun again.

The National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has issued a winter storm warning for Cape May County that is in effect from Sunday evening through Monday afternoon.

The heaviest snowfall is expected to occur during the overnight hours and last  until 9 a.m. on Monday. Expect a messy morning commute as a result.

Atlantic County Winter Weather Advisory

As changing forecasts continue to push today’s snow further south, the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has changed its winter storm watch to a winter weather advisory for the rest of South Jersey, including Atlantic County.

Snow showers could begin as early as late Sunday evening, the National Weather Service says, before intensifying overnight.

Cumberland and Atlantic County residents could receive 1-4 inches of snow, the Weather Service said.


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