Snowy days and Mondays

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For the second time this month, a late-season snow storm has buried South Jersey in a wintery landscape. Schools are closed while a winter storm warning remains in effect until noon./NWS For the second time this month, a late-season snow storm has buried South Jersey in a wintery landscape. Schools are closed while a winter storm warning remains in effect until noon./NWS For the second time this month, a late-season snow storm has buried South Jersey in a wintery landscape. Schools are closed while a winter storm warning remains in effect until noon.

Cape May County leads the way

Two hours before sunrise, Cape May County locations led the snowfall contest with more than 7 inches at Dias Creek, according to a 5 a.m. report posted by the National Weather Service. Dennisville and Cape May followed with 6 inches each.

With several hours of snowfall expected, the National Weather Service forecast totals of 6-10 will appear to be holding true.

Northern portions of Atlantic County had received about 4-6 inches as well.

When will it let up?

National Weather Service forecasts say the snow should begin to let up later this morning, but not until a few more inches of snow will fall. There is a chance for sunshine later this afternoon and the nearly new moon should make for a beautiful starlit evening if the sky clears overnight.

 

 

 

 


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