Ocean County could receive between two and three inches of snow Wednesday, when a quick-moving storm will roll through the area.
The National Weather Service’s office in Mount Holly released forecast maps Tuesday morning indicating the potential snowfall totals, which would affect the area during the afternoon hours into the nighttime hours. There was also the potential for the snow to mix with rain at some points, forecasters said.
Rain and snow is likely, mainly after 4 p.m. Wednesday, the NWS’s forecast said, becoming all snow by 10 p.m. The chance of snow will last until about 7 a.m. Thursday before giving way to partly cloudy skies during the day. The high Wednesday will be 36 degrees, with overnight lows dropping to 26 degrees before rebounding to 39 degrees Thursday.