Feb 3: Sunday Weather Impact Map

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr February 3, 2018 15:04

Feb 3: Sunday Weather Impact Map

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Discussion: Low pressure will drive into the E Great Lakes before transferring to a weak coastal low just offshore of SENJ. Warm sector flow ahead of the low pressure should keep most of New Jersey at or above freezing at the important snow-making levels. NWNJ elevations are favored for wintry precipitation with chances rapidly diminishing as you head SE from there. Precipitation amounts should range from a half-inch or so for NNJ to 1.25″ for SNJ. General timing is from late-tomorrow morning through late tomorrow night (right through the Super Bowl).

In English: Most of New Jersey should expect rainfall late-tomorrow morning through tomorrow night. It could start out as snow along and NW of I-95. Heck there might even be a few snowflakes/sleet pellets just SE of I-95. The lower 2/3 of NJ (including NENJ) however should quickly go over to rain.  NWNJ elevations could hold onto snow and/or sleet a bit longer before changing over. This is why NWNJ elevations are favored for the wintry-impact from this nuisance of a system (please see above map). We then clear out tomorrow night as temperatures drop to start the week. The detailed Monday-Friday Outlook and February Discussion will be released tomorrow. Have a great Saturday evening and please be safe! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr February 3, 2018 15:04

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