Feb 14: Winter Storm Update

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr February 14, 2015 18:19

Feb 14: Winter Storm Update

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Here’s my final call for tonight through tomorrow. Everything looks a little bit south which is why the heaviest snowfall has been shifted to CNJ and parts of SNJ. While all of NJ should see at least light snowfall, I think coastal CNJ and SNJ will end up with a little bit more. Regardless, it’s now-casting time. Some preliminary snow showers have already drifted through but the coastal hasn’t even formed yet. I expect snowfall to begin picking up from west to east between 8 and 10pm and last through sunrise tomorrow morning.

As I’ve been saying with this system, winds and cold temperatures have the headline, not the minor to significant snowfall that’s possible. Please watch out for downed tree branches, power lines, or any other hazards that accompany high winds. Please make sure all animals that need to come inside are inside as temperatures will be diving hard behind the Arctic front.

In English: Light to moderate snowfall is possible anytime time from now through tomorrow morning. The map above best represents my thoughts on totals. It will be very cold and windy so stay warm and be safe! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr February 14, 2015 18:19

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