Nor'easter Update | Don't Plan on Staying Home From School!

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> Overall the ideas developed yesterday remain unchanged.

> Moderate impact to the region, more wet than white.

> Track of low looks much closer to the coast which will lead to injection of warm air.

> Showers arrive tonight, rain to maybe snow along I-95

> Accumulating snow most likely west and northwest of Hammonton.

> I'm going with my LOW END map I issued yesterday.

> Strong winds gusting to over 45mph likely at the coast, decreasing the farther west you go.

> Beach erosion and a round or two of higher end minor flooding likely.

> Storm wraps up and is out by dinner time tomorrow.


Rain moves in this evening, light then turning moderate overnight. Looks like it's warm enough for most of us to be rain, I-95 and near Philadelphia looks colder to me and couple be snow. Storm exists and gets out of dodge by late PM tomorrow.


Looks like a healthy 1" or so could fall between 9pm tonight and 3pm tomorrow. It will be a wind-driven rain.


Due to warm air injection, I'm going with the LOWER end of my thinking I issued last night. Why? Low looks to hug the coast.

Eastern Atlantic County - All rain. MAYBE a coating if the cold pulls down from the northwest.

Cape May County - All Rain

Central Atlantic County - A coating to an inch

Western Atlantic County - 1-3"

Eastern Cumberland County - All Rain

Western Cumberland County - 1-3"

Salem County - 3-6"

Camden County - 3-6"

Gloucester County - 3-6"

Southeast Burlington - C-1"

Central & Northwest Burlington - 3-6"


They pick up tonight first out of the east and then out of the northeast by tomorrow morning. Gusts will exceed 45mph at the coast, 40 on the mainland.


Higher end minor or low end moderate possible on Wednesday. Nothing major, but be mindful as you've had all week anyway.

Impact Scale:


3 out of 5.

What Could Change:

If the EURO model is correct, there could be more snow on the back end making it to the coast which would boost the numbers A LITTLE... not by much.