Coastal Storm Threatens More Snow, Wind and Rain

Another potential Nor’Easter is developing along the coastline, working its way to New Jersey bringing the possibility of snow, wind, and rain starting Wednesday and ending early Thursday.

Meteorologist don’t expect this storm to be nearly as severe as last weeks storm that brought havoc to the east coast, knocking out power, canceling flights and dumping as much as 18 inches of snow in Northwest New Jersey.

Early predictions are calling for snow, sleet/rain mix and winds up to 40mph.

A National Weather Service briefing shows that the Hamilton – Trenton area may see 4 to 6 inches or up to as much as 6 to 8 inches.  These are early predictions and those numbers could change based on the storms developing course.

Old Man Winter isn’t finished with us yet bringing the possibility of more snow, downed trees, and power outages.

Check back as we will continue to post updates as they are received from the National Weather Service


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