Forecast Of Around A Foot Of Snow In Central NJ On Track

By: CentralNJWX , 4:04 AM GMT on December 26, 2010

Good evening, everyone!

I am just checking the latest models (ie 00Z) and they continue to show a pretty decent storm for central New Jersey. In general, we can expect about a foot across the area, with slightly higher amounts near the coast and slightly lower amounts near the Delaware River.

Earlier today a couple models went pretty bonkers and showed us potentially getting up to 2 feet, but they have backed off a little for the 00Z run. It's still possible that we could get a more extreme amount. All the storm does is have to track 20-30 miles closer to the coast or be a little stronger.

That's it for now! I will post again in the morning and again on Monday recapping the storm.

Remember, please avoid traveling after noon tomorrow as the storm really starts ramping up as the roads will be treacherous and the winds will reduce visibility close to zero.

Take care!


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I am a lifelong resident of Central NJ. I live in Flemington and enjoy discussing the WX for our area including the tropics, severe and winter storms.