Blizzard Warning issued: 10-14 inches of snow expected

The National Weather Service has replaced the Storm Watch with a Blizzard Warning.

The Warning will be in effect from 8 pm this evening until 6 pm on Tuesday.

Heavy snow and strong winds are expected, with a total accumulation of 10-14 inches, the Service said.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Most weather stations are predicting at most 4-8 inches for Lakewood since there will likely be a changeover to rain and sleet at some point over the storm before it switches back to snow. I’m sure the roads will be a mess but don’t get hyped up over double digit snowfall predictions.

  2. The reason for the discrepancy in the numbers is that there is going to be a very sharp cutoff in the snowfall totals and the weather models haven’t pinned down exactly where the deciding line may be. You could easily have Toms River getting 2 inches while parts of Freehold end up with 20. There could even be several inches difference between Raintree and Westgate. It’s a really close call….

  3. The National Weather Service has just downgraded (3pm) the Blizzard Warning for our area, to a Winter Storm Warning, with expected snow accumulation of 4 to 6 inches.

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