A slow-moving late winter nor'easter is expected to bring high winds, tidal flooding and both rain & snow  to New Jersey starting Wednesday and lasting into early Thursday.

As a low pressure area moves in from the midwest towards the Virginia coast, rain and snow will likely turn to all snow with the chance of a period of heavier snow in the afternoon & evening before ending late Wednesday night.

Forecasters have not settled on a track but a change could increase the snow accumulations from 1-2 inches for most areas to as much as 6 inches.

A Coastal Flood Watch is in effect starting Wednesday and continuing into Thursday for wind gusts up to 60 MPH especially along the southern New Jersey coast.

Moderate tidal flooding is expected along the shorelines of New Jersey & Delaware with the chance of minor tidal flooding i along the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay and

Delaware River.

Tides on Wednesday afternoon and late Wednesday night will especially be of concern.
Snow accumulation expected for midweek nor'easter (NOAA)