SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ – The Northern section of New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania are in for a possible three to six inches of snow. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect beginning late this evening around 10 p.m., to extend through 1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 24.
A Winter Weather Advisory signifies that snow, sleet and freezing rain are probable during the weather event and travel difficulties may be one of the hazards.
The storm is expected to kick off with snow and then taper off with freezing rain or sleet. A trace of ice may factor into the storm accumulations. Temperatures are predicted to hover around 30 degrees.
The forecast for Sunday, Jan. 25 is anticipated to be partly sunny and cold with an approximate high of 38 degrees. Snow showers may return for Monday, Jan. 26, with accumulations at less than one inch and temperatures during the week possibly dipping into the single digits at night.
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