Due to the snowfall and light wind in the afternoon until 16 o’clock will be a recommendation for winter weather. through much of New Jersey.
The snow is going further north than originally forecast with 1 to 3 inches of snow near and north of I-95 Corridor, but locally its numbers may be slightly higher in parts of the Lehigh Valley and northwestern New Jersey, according to the National Weather Service.
Snow, which is sometimes mixed with wet snow and rain, can cause slippery and will continue this morning before decreasing from west to east until the end of the day.
Snow, which already covers the coast of Jersey, is expected to drop 1-2 inches before ending by 3 p.m. The temperature will remain cold around 34 and the wind could reach 10 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation 90%.
Light snow is possible until 22.00 tonight. Mostly cloudy, temperature about 17 degrees. Wind north 5 to 10 meters per second. Chance of precipitation 20%.
Monday will be mostly sunny skies, maximum around 29.
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