Snow showers will commence in Northern New Jersey tomorrow morning and could leave a dusting of accumulation prior to warming up and changing to scattered rain showers, then possibly back to a snow shower in the evening.
Then Tuesday another storm will approach, a bit stronger than the one tomorrow. This will bring us a chance of some rain or snow on Tuesday afternoon and evening, possibly into early Wednesday morning. Whether or not we get any snow accumulation will be dependent upon the exact track that the storm takes. If it tracks far enough to the south it could actually leave us dry. We will have to wait and see.
Then Wednesday afternoon and Thursday should be nice before a cold front approaches on Friday with some showers and thunderstorms and much warmer weather with highs very possibly breaking 60 on Friday.
Then another weak storm system may approach with some snow showers on Saturday evening into Easter Morning.
Then we will get a brief break next Monday before the next storm approaches with some showers next Tuesday through Thursday, with the chance for nice days next Friday and Saturday.
Luckily it is looking as if the last chances for snow should be around or shortly after Easter, possibly into the Monday or Tuesday after Easter. Then it looks as if winter will finally give up. Hopefully.
"Weather on the Edge" by Dr. Edge.
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