Excess: Snow forecast from 11 meteorologists, some calling up to 20 inches
According to the update, northern and central parts of New Jersey are now hanging on to more snow than anticipated as a major, with a longer nor longer-lasting winter storm expected, possibly Sunday The state is forecast to fall by 18 inches on Sunday.
Initial estimates of 8 to 12 inches of snow have now jumped 12 to 18 inches in several counties, including Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth and Morris according to the National Weather Service. Initial estimates of 6 to 8 inches of snow have increased 8 to 12 inches in Sussex and Warren counties.
Snowfall estimates for Bergen, Essex and Pacic counties ranged between 8 and 10 inches as of Saturday morning. They were increased from 12 to 18 inches in the forecast map (posted below) which was updated at 4:30 p.m.
Snowfall has been predicted in parts of South Jersey, which can be mostly affected by a mix of snow, sleep and rain. Estimates fell from 6 to 8 inches to 4 to 6 inches in the Vineland area of Cumberland County, and the Toms River area of Ocean County dropped from 6 to 8 inches to 3 to 4.
The storm can also bring coastal flooding and strong wind gusts, possibly leading to power loss. The journey is expected to be difficult for blowing and blowing snow.
The National Weather Service has placed a lot in New Jersey as a winter warning. The agency warned that road conditions were likely to be dangerous from late Sunday through Monday.
According to the warning, “Travel can be very difficult to impossible.”
Here’s a closer look at the forecast until Saturday afternoon.
Time of storm
The National Weather Service said in its 5 o’clock hurricane briefing that huge amounts of snow were expected in eastern Pennsylvania and central and northern New Jersey. But the exact track of the storm remains uncertain. An innings could bring heavy snow to the north or south, the agency said.
Sunday night is expected to start on Monday morning. Snow is most likely to occur during the day on Monday, with points exceeding 1 inch per hour. Snow will likely continue until Tuesday, although accumulation will be limited until then.
The forecasts are calling for strong winds, especially near the coast and water, reaching 40 to 50 mph on Monday. He said that there may be a shortage of electricity.
Gusts can reach 35 to 45 mph inland, hindering travel with reduced visibility, as well as blowing and drifting snow.
According to the NWS, coastal flooding is likely and along the Atlantic Coast and Delaware Bay may reach moderate levels by Monday morning.
A coastal flood watch has been issued in the Coastal Ocean, East Monmouth, Middlesex, Ocean, Southeastern Burlington and Western Monmouth, effective from 7am to 5pm Monday. The Watch says that waterlogging of 1 to 2 feet above ground level is possible in low-lying areas with shore and tidal water
A coastal flood watch has been issued in the coastal sections of the Atlantic and Cape May, effective from 7 am to 5 pm Monday.
With these types of levels, “extensive roadways flooding occurs along coastal and bayside communities and inland tidal waterways. Many roads become impassable. Weak structures may begin to suffer some damage. “
Winter storm warning
Camden County: From 10 AM on Sunday to 10 AM on Tuesday.
Gloucester and Salem Counties: From 10 AM on Sunday to 10 AM on Tuesday.
Burlington, Monmouth and Ocean counties: Sunday from 1 pm to Tuesday 10 am.
Hunteron, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Somerset, Warren: From 5 pm Sunday to Tuesday 1 pm.
Winning season wins
Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland County: From 10 AM on Sunday to 10 AM on Tuesday.
Coastal Ocean County: From 10 AM on Sunday to 10 AM on Tuesday.
The stormy winter clock is effective from midnight on Monday (late night to Sunday) and continues till 6 am Tuesday Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Pacic And The union The counties.
Winter storm clock in effect Sussex County From 5 pm Sunday to Tuesday 1 pm.
Live weather radar
The National Weather Service is scheduled to release its next hurricane briefing on Sunday at around 7 p.m.
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