STORM UPDATE: MORE SNOW FOR MAINLAND, LESS FOR COAST

The National Weather Service has updated its forecast for this winter storm, and now the forecast calls for low snowfall totals in beach communities, with higher snowfall totals for the mainland and the rest of South Jersey.  A Winter Weather Advisory for the potential of one to three inches of snow is posted for coastal Cape May County, while a Winter Storm Warning is posted for the potential of four to six inches for the mainland portion of Cape May County.  This is expected to be a classic storm scenario where beach towns will get little snow, and mainland communities will get a few inches of snow.

Both weather advisories are in effect through Wednesday at 10:00am.  Some light snow will spread over our region during the afternoon hours.  When the heaviest precipitation arrives this evening, coastal communities will experience some rain, while mainland communities will see more snow.  The event ends as snow during the overnight hours for everyone in our listening area.

Please continue to check this website for updates and any event cancelleations, including school closings.  Cloudy, windy weather will be in the forecast for Wednesday, and dry conditions will last through the upcoming weekend.

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