STATE – Another snowstorm is headed to New Jersey on Friday. While it will bring only a small fraction of the snow totals of last week’s blizzard, the timing could impact your commute.
The National Weather Service projects the southern half of the state will receive between 1-3 inches. The northern half should expect between 3-5 inches. Higher accumulations are possible where snow bands develop.
Light snow is expected to begin falling after midnight, with heavier snow arriving later in the day. Snowfall of up to one inch per hour is possible. The heaviest snow could finish before the evening commute
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