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With overnight low temperatures in the 20s, it will definitely be cold enough for all-snow at the onset.
1 to 2 inches will still mark the first accumulation of the season.
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The rest of Sunday will feature sunshine, a brisk wind, and continued cold temperatures. Sunday, and still covering the 8 counties along and south of Interstate 195. An Advisory is less severe and less urgent than a Watch/Warning, and is generally issued when 3 inches of snow is possible. As with any winter storm, travel/driving is going to be the biggest impact.
WINTER WEATHER ALERT: Closings, cancellations, and delays SUBMIT YOUR CLOSINGS to Winter Weather Alert On Friday afternoon, the National Weather Service upgraded the Winter Storm Watch to a Winter Storm Warning. (Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean, and Salem) A Winter Weather Advisory has been posted for the central and northeastern portions of the state. For Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic, and Union counties, the Advisory is effective from 6 a.m. NJ WEATHER CENTER: Get the latest warnings, forecasts, and more The most popular question of the day: Will it be slushy wet snow, or dry powdery snow? Early-season snow usually features temperatures right around or just below the freezing mark, which generally means it will be a wetter snow. In other words, great “packing snow” for snowmen and snowballs! Roads will be wet at first, but may become snowy and/or slushy and/or icy as the snow continues to fall and the surface temperature continues to drop.