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South Jersey Could See Up To 6 Inches of Snow

South Jersey Could See Up To 6 Inches of Snow

For those who have been asking when will we see our first snow fall of 2022, turns out very soon.

This morning the US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly updated us on the system that is moving in from the West.

Parts of South Jersey will see heavy snow, with amounts of at least 4 to 6 inches. This will result in treacherous driving conditions and potential for snow-covered roads.

This will take place in portions of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, central and southern Delaware, and far southern New Jersey.

The bulk of the snow will be seen in Cape May County. Snowfall rates over 1 inch per hour are possible in those areas.

A sharp cutoff to the north is likely, which means that North Jersey won’t see any snow at this time. This could change as we get closer to the storm.

Areas near and along the I-95 corridor including Philadelphia and its suburbs will see snow possible, with amounts of a coating to 2 inches.

North-northeasterly winds gusting to gale force and seas of 5 to 7 feet will make for difficult navigation on the ocean. There will be Moderate coastal flooding possible on the Atlantic coasts of southern New Jersey and Delaware.

Now with all that in mind the US National Weather Service says say that the “uncertainty in this forecast is very high; this is the most uncertain 24 to 36-hour snowfall forecast in recent memory. Additional forecast changes, potentially significant, are likely.”

The next US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly briefing will be at 6pm tonight. With the forecast uncertain you will not want to miss the update.

Tune back later for more details.

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