Snow Alert: 15 New Jersey Counties Could See Slick Roads Today, Weekend Storm Expected

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Snow could slick roads in 15 counties today. Latest forecast.

  • Snow showers spreading across New Jersey on Thursday morning could cause slick roads and a messy commute before temperatures rise ahead of what could be a stormy weekend.
  • The National Weather Service issued a special weather statement for 15 New Jersey counties early Thursday that could see a shot of snow.
  • While “no significant snowfall amounts are expected,” the weather service still cautioned drivers during the morning commute.
  • Warmer weather is expected Friday and Saturday ahead of a “potent storm system” that is expected to bring heavy rain and high winds to New Jersey.
  • Snow Could Slick Roads in New Jersey Today

    The National Weather Service has issued a snow alert for 15 counties that could see a coating on roads and bridges early Thursday. Though no significant accumulation is expected, it could make for a messy morning commute.

    Weekend Forecast: Potent Storm System Expected

    Forecasters are tracking the potential for a nasty weekend storm with heavy rain, high winds and the potential for thunderstorms on Sunday as temperatures climb into the 60s.

    Daytime wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph on Sunday will increase in the evening with the arrival of a cold front to “widespread wind gusts of 40-50 mph, perhaps locally higher, along with isolated issues with flooding,” the weather service said.

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