NEW JERSEY – The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory overnight, reporting that snow will change into freezing rain beginning this evening, and ending tomorrow, Monday Nov. 17.
A Winter Weather Advisory is a warning that calls for periods of potential snow, sleet and/or freezing rain. Travel may be hazardous and visibility poor if driving.
The Winter Weather Advisory is for the Pocono Mountain area, as well as Northwest New Jersey, beginning at 7 p.m. tonight and ending at 9 a.m. Monday.
Accumulations of snow up to one inch is expected, with potential ice accumulations of up to one tenth of an inch also called for. The snow is expected to arrive later this evening, and overnight will change to the sleet and freezing rain mixture.
Today, temperatures are expected to rise only into the low 40s and skies are anticipated to be mostly cloudy. Tomorrow after the advisory ends, temperatures are predicted, per Weather Underground, to rise to about 51 degrees in the Newton area.
Tuesday’s forecast calls for cold and partly cloudy, with a high of 27, Wednesday will be clear with a high of 31, Thursday the temperatures are anticipated to be 38 degrees and the skies partly cloudy, and Friday is calling for more snow showers, and a high of 37 degrees.
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