Weather Briefing from the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Mount Holly, NJ

“Friday morning, I-95 will be the divide NW will see snow, SE will see rain.  By mid-day, the dividing line will shift north around I-78.  Points north will see snow, south rain/mix. 

Late Friday afternoon, precipitation will increase and turn to all snow.  By 10:00 PM the entire state will see snow. 

Snow forecast, northern counties 10-16″, southern counties to Cape May 2-4″ 

Heavy wet snow could result in broken tree limbs and down power lines.  Winds will pick-up and exacerbate the impact. 

Coastal flooding is a concern.  In areas already impacted by Sandy, we could see moderate to major coastal flooding.  The most significant impact will be realized at the sunrise high tide on Saturday morning.  5-7′ tides with significant wave action will cause coastal flooding.”

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