More snow on the way

More snow on the way

The warm, above-freezing temperatures will fill the valleys first, so low-lying areas will see the changeover to rain earlier than the higher elevations. Clouds will thicken back up overnight as our next storm approaches, although the night should remain mainly dry with snow on our doorstep just to our southwest by dawn.

The Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect from 9 p.m. Tuesday night, Feb. 6, until noon Wednesday, Feb. 7. It could snow quite steadily and even moderately to heavy at times through the mid to late morning, especially along and north of the Interstate 78 corridor. It could be cold enough for another round of freezing rain Saturday through Monday morning.

If you're driving through northern or central New Jersey on Wednesday, get ready for a messy - and potentially unsafe - commute to work or school. The focus then turns to another system expected to bring widespread moderate precipitaton to the region late in the weekend. New snow and sleet accumulation of 1 to 3 inches possible. An inch or two of snow is possible.

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- There is a Winter Storm Watch for far northern counties along and north of I-80 and west of I-287 (including Carbon and Monroe Counties).

A storm will unleash a swath of snow, ice and slippery travel conditions over the midwestern and northeastern United States from Tuesday through Wednesday.

- After the transition to rain occurs later Wednesday morning or early afternoon, rainfall amounts of one-half to one inch through Wednesday evening could potential cause minor, poor-drainage flooding.

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"At those temperatures, we could see some freezing of the rain on elevated surfaces", said Johnson.

Thursday will be quiet during the day. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 34.

Friday night, the low will be around 20 with a 30 percent chance of snow, according to the weather service. While there could be some wintry mix at the onset, this looks like mostly rain for much of the area given the milder temperatures.

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