weather forecast

WEATHER FORECAST MONDAY - MARCH 1ST


Snowstorm today for central and northern NJ.


After a mild Sunday, a cold front will move through the area this evening.  Low pressure developing in the Gulf states will move off the Virginia coastal waters on Monday.


Snow tapers down and ending between 8am in western NJ and 10am on the coast.

It appears there is generally 7 to 10 inches throughout the area with drifting making measurements difficult.


WEDNESDAY - JANUARY 1ST 

 

Happy New Year!

A significant and potentially dangerous winter storm will impact the area Thursday night and Friday morning.


MONDAY - DECEMBER 16TH
 
Another snow threat for the area as a clipper from Canada races southeast through our area early tomorrow morning.
 
Snow will start between 5am and 7am.
 
Clipper systems are known for having most of their precipitation to the north of the track of the surface low.  Right now, the center looks to pass offshore around Long Beach Island, so snow amounts will be lighter in southern NJ
 
Along the coast, an easterly flow will again cause the possibility of a change to rain

SATURDAY - DECEMBER 14TH

Another winter storm to impact the area today and tonight.

Low pressure will be moving into the Ohio Valley today and redeveloping over the nearby coastal waters tonight.  There will be a wide variety of precipitation with most areas starting as snow.  The snow will quickly change to sleet and rain in southern NJ and along the coast.  Snow will hold on much longer over interior central and northern NJ where much more snow is expected.


3 to 5 inches of snow today starting between 8am and 9am and ending by mid-afternoon.


MONDAY - DECEMBER 9TH - 2:30 PM

Going to upgrade the forecast snow amounts to 2 to 5 inches for the entire state.

Start:  7am to 9am
End:   3pm to 4pm

A heavier band of snow may set up where amounts of up to 6 inches are possible.  Its impossible to pinpoint where that band will be, but right now best chance may be along the NJ Turnpike.