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Forecasters: Shore Will Be Spared From Winter Storm Next Week

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A snowy road in Brick's Herbertsville section in 2013. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
A snowy road in Brick’s Herbertsville section in 2013. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

After a forecast high this coming Sunday of 68 degrees, winter will make a brief appearance on Monday, though temperatures will not dip low enough to produce any snow.

Monday’s high will be 46 degrees, according to the National Weather Service, with an overnight low of 37 degrees, among the lowest temperatures of the month. Showers during the day Monday will give way to steadier rainfall over night, the NWS’s forecast said, with the temperature rebounding to 55 degrees on Tuesday.

North of the New Jersey – and potentially in the high elevation areas of northwestern New Jersey – there will be the possibility of some snowfall and icing, though only for a relatively short period of time before warmer temperatures re-emerge.

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According to AccuWeather.com, the I-95 corridor from New York City to Washington, D.C. should remain above freezing and be spared from snowfall.

“The heaviest snow is likely to fall from upstate New York to northern New England where snowfall totals could approach 1 foot,” the AccuWeather report said.


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