Monday’s winter storm probably includes two rounds of rainfall in New Jersey – a light mix that starts later in the morning before a break, and then the biggest event with ice, light snow and freezing rain in the evening.
While the storm is still expected to make the journey difficult and potentially lead to power outages, mainly in northwestern New Jersey, the National Weather Service has lowered the expected ice accumulation sums. In addition, the weather service said in its tomorrow forecast that freezing rain is likely to switch to regular rain Monday night south and east of the Interstate 95 corridor.
In northwestern areas, freezing rain continues overnight until it is warm enough for regular rain to fall Tuesday morning.
ONE ban on commercial vehicles on many highways come into force at. 8 in the morning. Monday.
Here’s a look at what different counties in New Jersey can expect Monday:
Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset, Sussex and Warren: An ice storm warning starts at 18 Monday and lasts until kl. 10 Tuesday. A “significant” glaze is expected – two tenths to four tenths of an inch – with up to an inch of snow and sleet. Wood damage and power outages are likely, the weather service said. Both Monday and Tuesday night commutes will be difficult.
Western Passaic: A weather forecast in the winter is valid until kl. 18 Monday. Then the warning of ice storm will be valid until kl. 10 Tuesday. Freezing rain and a light glaze of ice are in the forecast during the day, and so are up to three tenths of an ice accumulation Monday night to Tuesday.
Hudson, East Bergen, Essex and Union: Forecasts call for freezing rain and up to a tenth of empty ice as well as slippery road conditions. A winter weather advice is valid until 7 p.m.
Eastern Passaic and Western Bergen: Expect as much as two-tenths of an ice cream as well as freezing rain and slippery roads. The advice on winter weather runs until Tuesday at 10.
Middlesex and Mercer: Freezing rain and about a tenth of an empty ice as well as freezing rain are expected. The advice on winter weather starts at 13 Monday and lasts until kl. 5 Tuesday.
Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Ocean, Western Monmouth: A weather guide in the winter runs from kl. 13 Monday to kl. 2 Tuesday. Freezing rain and up to a tenth of an empty ice are in the forecast.
Precipitation will be off over the state by noon Tuesday, and the rest of the day will be dry with heights in the low 40s. Wednesday will be sunny but cool with heights in the low 30s.
Forecasts are also monitoring a potential storm Thursday that could bring snow, ice and rain to the state. AccuWeather.com says an ice-cold mix probably for New Jersey. Snow amounts and other details should begin to be available Tuesday afternoon.
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