Winter Storm Possible In NJ On First Day Of Spring - Manasquan-Belmar, NJ - Spring won't bring showers and flowers right away. Instead, a coastal storm is possible. The National Weather Service has the updates.
NJ Nor'easter Possible On First Day Of Spring: UPDATES Spring won't bring showers and flowers right away. Instead, a coastal storm is possible. The National Weather Service has the updates. Instead, a coastal storm is possible. The National Weather Service has the updates.
There's good news for everyone who's sick of nasty winter weather: the National Weather Service says it's less likely that a major nor'easter will strike the first day of spring Tuesday. Don't let your guard down yet, though.
The fourth nor'easter in recent weeks is expected to slam into the region early Wednesday and stick around throughout the day. It will make for difficult commuting conditions in the morning and evening. High winds and heavy, wet snow will also impact flights in and out of New York and New Jersey.
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Fourth nor’easter could dump foot or more of snow across New York region on first full day of spring News Winter storm watch issued for tri-state ahead of springtime nor’easter
Storm Team 4 is closely monitoring the development of another possible nor’easter – the fourth in about 18 days – that could slam the tri-state with rain, snow and strong winds on the first day of spring.
A Rutgers meteorology professor says another spring snowstorm is possible, but not probable. (Photo: Susan Loyer/Staff Photo) ... While initial forecasts called for more than a foot of snow from a late-developing nor'easter on the first full day of spring, Central Jersey escaped with most towns receiving less than a foot. The highest snowfall amounts, according to the National Weather Service ...
A winter storm warning has been issued for Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as the fourth nor'easter in three weeks is set to smack Burlington County on the first day of spring. The bulk of the dangerous, wind-driven snow and sleet is expected to wallop our area before heading off to New England ...
The record snowfall for the first day of spring in our area came in 1958 — 4 inches fell in Hawthorne. March is, famously, a transitional month, "going in like a lion and coming out like a lamb," as the saying goes. Inconsistency is its essence.