Well snow lovers, it's your season now as winter officially began at 5:02 am this morning. Today is also the least amount of daylight we receive in a day at just 9 hours and 24 minutes. And to welcome the new season we could see a few wintertime snowflakes overnight tonight as a clipper system dives down the Great Lakes. Not expecting much in the way of accumulation but don't be shocked to see some rain or snow showers throughout the night.
Tuesday and Wednesday are mostly dry with some sunshine and seasonable highs in the 40s. Then we keep our eyes on a larger storm for Christmas eve. It will be windy with periods of rain developing. A strong southerly flow will push temperatures close to 60 degrees for Thursday! Then a strong cold front sweeps across South Jersey early Friday morning, followed by windy and sharply colder air during the afternoon. In fact, if all goes just right, we could see some snow showers Christmas afternoon with temperatures falling through the 30s.
Have a great South Jersey!