Latest N.J. weather: Up to 4 inches of snow in forcast for yet another storm

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By Jeff Goldman|NJ Advance Media for|Updated March 12, 2018 at 03:40 PM

Another winter season storm – the 3rd in 10 days – could make for an messy commute Tuesday early morning with a forecast for 3 to 4 inches of snow overnight through much of the state.

While the most recent storm is expected to bring much less snow than Wednesday’s nor’easter, those quantities might climb up dramatically if the storm tracks closer to the coast, inning accordance with the National Weather Service, which released a winter season weather condition advisory Monday early morning. There’s likewise a possibility the storm might track farther out to sea and be a bust for snowfall.


National Weather Service snowfall amounts to for North Jersey

The forecast the meantime requires light rain and snow to start falling by 4 p.m. in Sussex County and gradually later on as you move even more south in the state. The rain and snow must end up being all snow later on Monday night and overnight.

The storm might likewise bring windstorm force winds and increase the chances for additional power outages. Energy companies are still working to bring back power failures from recently’s nor’easter storm. About 6,000 organisations and houses stayed without power since Monday early morning.

The timing of the storm for N.J.

While Monday night’s commute ought to be great, Tuesday early morning’s trip to work is anticipated to be hard with slippery roadways and reduced visibility.

Winter season weather condition advisory starts at 5 p.m. in Sussex and Warren, and 8 p.m. in Morris, Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex, Monmouth, Mercer and Ocean counties. Both run till 10 a.m. Tuesday. In Passaic, Essex, Hudson, Union and Bergen, winter weather condition advisory extends from 8 p.m. Monday up until twelve noon Tuesday.

Mercer, Atlantic and Burlington counties are most likely to get 1 to 2 inches of snow with Salem, Gloucester, Camden, Cape May and Cumberland getting less than an inch. is requiring a bit less snow statewide– 1 to 3 inches throughout the majority of the state.