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Newest NJ climate weekend forecast predicts snow in northwest, flooding on the Shore

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MOUNT HOLLY — A winter storm Sunday will deliver snow and ice to some elements of the state, wind and rain to others, based on the Nationwide Climate Service.

The current chilly snap coupled with rain and snow in a single day Sunday might additionally spell tough journey for Monday morning, based on a climate briefing Saturday from the NWS.

The northwestern nook of the state was more likely to see 3 to five inches of snow Sunday night, in a single day and into Monday morning, based on the NWS. A winter storm look ahead to Sunday night by means of Monday morning included Sussex County.

The Interstate 95 hall and Philadelphia suburbs have been in for a “mixture of snow, sleet, and freezing rain” starting Sunday afternoon earlier than turning to rain in a single day, though a glaze of ice or 2 inches of snow have been additionally attainable, based on the NWS. “Roads could develop into briefly slick earlier than temperatures heat above freezing,” based on the NWS’ climate briefing.

A winter storm Jan. 16, 2022, is expected to bring rain, snow and ice to different parts of New Jersey.

The NWS predicted flooding all alongside the Jersey Shore — minor flooding additional south, however “reasonable flooding attainable on the northern NJ coast.” Winds are more likely to blow between 20 and 35 mph with gusts as much as 50 mph.

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“Minor tree and line injury will probably be attainable for coastal areas Sunday evening as wind gusts of 40 to 50 mph are anticipated,” based on the abstract.

A coastal flood watch lined the state’s waterfront counties from Monmouth north as of Saturday morning.

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In some Jersey Shore cities officers requested residents to take precautions heading into Sunday.

A winter storm Jan. 16, 2022, is expected to bring rain, snow and ice to different parts of New Jersey.

In Berkeley, Mayor Carmen Amato reminded residents to not park on roads to permit for salting, sanding and attainable plowing, and provided parking on the township’s recreation constructing on Route 9 or Central Regional Center College for residents who wished to maneuver their automobiles out of low-lying sections of city.

Asbury Park and Neptune Township ship e-mail alerts warning of flooding “on essentially the most susceptible roads in coastal and bayside communities, and alongside inland tidal waterways.”

Alex N. Gecan covers native information and unsolved mysteries for the Asbury Park Press. You’ll be able to attain him at 732-547-1365 or [email protected], or comply with him on Twitter @GeeksterTweets.

Source: Asbury Park

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