Nor'Easter Moving In
After a dry morning we will begin to feel the affects of an approaching nor'easter this afternoon as rain/sleet/snow overspread the region. For much of South Jersey this will be a heavy rain maker with little in the way of snow. Over western portions of our area, those viewing us who live closer to the Delaware River, that's where we could see several inches of snow and sleet this afternoon and tonight.
The coast is going to take a beating from this storm. In addition to 2 or more inches of rain, there is a coastal flood warning in effect as we expect to see minor tidal flooding at the time of thigh tide this evening, and widespread moderate tidal flooding Thursday morning. There is also a high wind warning in effect along the coast as we could see winds gusting to 60 mph during the height of the storm. In fact don't even be surprised to hear a few rumbles of thunder as well.
Outside of South Jersey, if you have any travel plans to Central/North Jersey point north and west, know that there are winter storm warnings in effect for those areas as they could see a foot or more of snow from this system. Whatever your plans, be safe and of course continue to check out our Facebook page for the latest on this impending storm.