Scattered Snow Today: Alan’s Weather Blog
Low to mid 30s was the best we did yesterday with a coating of snow.
As a matter of fact, there was an up to an inch or two in spots. In Mercer County, one location had two inches of snow, believe it or not.
We’ll be watching for scattered snow showers this afternoon and evening that could produce a quick coating.
Otherwise, a mix of sun and clouds will develop, becoming windy during the afternoon hours, but most highs in the 30s. It could be as high as 39 or 40 in far South Jersey.
Then, it turns bitterly cold tonight, but clear. Lows will be in the single digits, about 12 or 13, in the big cities and along the shore.
Sunny and very cold Friday, generally no better than the low 20s. In fact, some NW Jersey spots could only be in the teens.
More clouds around Saturday. A few spots will be from 35 to 40. Unless a flurry pops up, we should be precipitation-free.
Some snow, a mix and even some rain develops across the state from North to South later Sunday. It will probably go back to some snow late Sunday night into Monday, before it ends.
Sunday’s highs mostly in the 30s.