N.J. weather condition: Snow amounts to increase in latest projection with as much as 12 inches possible
Most current N.J. weather condition: Nor’easter storm to strike the state Wednesday with snow
By Express News Desk|Updated March 05, 2018 at 12:13 PM
Winter season does not appear prepared to go out with a whimper as another nor’easter storm might strike New Jersey Tuesday night into Wednesday with 4 to 8 inches of snow for much of the state and as much as 12 in northwestern locations.
The storm will consist of high winds, though not almost as intense as Friday’s nor’easter, in addition to snow for much and northern of Central Jersey. There’s likewise a capacity for small costal flooding, the National Weather Service stated in its Monday early morning upgrade.
A winter season storm watch will be in impact for Somerset, Hunterdon, Morris, Warren, Sussex, Passaic, Union, Essex, Hudson and Bergen counties from Tuesday night through late Wednesday.
While Sussex and western Passaic counties are anticipated to get 8 to 12 inches of snow, other parts of North Jersey north of Interstate 78 ought to get 4 to 8 inches, the National Weather Service stated.
That might be especially worrying for residents still without power from Friday’s storm.