A pair of midweek winter storms could combine to drop as much as a foot of snow on part of New Jersey, according to the most bullish forecasts.
The first storm is expecting to affect the state Tuesday morning and afternoon with the second-longer event likely to impact the Garden State from early Thursday into Friday, forecasters say.
The consensus seems to be 2 to 4 inches for North Jersey on Tuesday with a just a dusting of snow and/or a mix of rain and sleet in central and South Jersey
Details are still to be determined for Thursday’s system, which could be a two-part storm. It’s expected to be more impactful than Tuesday’s relatively minor snowfall, though no local forecasters have offered predictions on accumulations yet.
As the storms start to materialize, here’s a look at a range of forecasts:
National Weather Service- Mount Holly office
National Weather Service- New York office
News 12 New Jersey
New Jersey 101.5 FM
NY NJ PA Weather
NBC 4 New York
The Weather Channel
WABC-7 New York City
NJ Weather News
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