New Jersey Prepares For More Winter Weather

STATE – Another snowstorm is moving in later tonight and could blanket the area with between 8-18 inches before tapering off Wednesday night.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning that begins this evening and lasts through Wednesday. Snow is expected to develop later tonight and may become heavy at times on Wednesday. Accumulations of 8-13 inches are expected in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic and Union counties. The rest of the state can expect between 10-18 inches.


Heavy snow is expected to occur in two bursts, with the first arriving overnight. Four to eight inches of snow are likely to accumulate before Wednesday’s morning commute. The second shot is expected Wednesday afternoon and evening.

High winds are expected and could create blizzard-like conditions.

For the latest weather advisories, check the National Weather Service website.

Send us your photos from this snowstorm, and we will post them online. Email

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