Nor'easter To Hit Camden, Burlington, Gloucester Counties On Wednesday

A potent, fast-moving nor'easter will hit South Jersey Wednesday into Thursday, according to local officials and the National Weather Service.

Primary concerns with this system will be strong northeast winds, high surf, and at least minor coastal flooding on Thursday morning. Snow is also expected.

A coastal low-pressure system is predicted to lumber up the coast during the early portion of the week and intensify when it reaches the Middle Atlantic States.

However, the National Weather Service’s GFS model points the low pressure system going out to sea, keeping snow amounts low.

As a result, the Jersey Shore could receive 2-4 inches of snow because some of the precipitation could fall as rain. Areas farther inland, including the western portions of Atlantic County, as well as Camden, Burlington and Gloucester counties, could get 4-6 inches. It looks as though Cape May County residents might only get 1-2 inches of snow.

Those living along the I-95 corridor receive the grand prize for a 6- to 8-inch storm total.

John February 11, 2014 at 06:57 PM
News Flash, it appears the latest information says we are getting this storm late on Wed, midnight and will be a mixture of snow ice and freezing rain....Lets hope PSG & G is ready and we do not have any power problems....Good Luck to all people.
Dan Reynolds February 11, 2014 at 09:23 PM
http://www.erh.noaa.gov/phi/briefing/packages/current_briefing.pdf very good info without the hype.


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