After the Jersey Shore took a pounding from last week's Nor'easter, eyes are already glued on the potential for another coastal storm for the middle of this week.

Meteorologist Dan Zarrow has been tracking the storm which has the potential to affect our are this Wednesday, and at this point, there are many possibilities regarding just how this storm will affect the Jersey Shore.

Here is what Dan is thinking about this storm so far. Dan thinks this coastal storm will be colder, faster, a little weaker than last weeks, and it does have the possibility of being snowier in areas of the Garden State.

Here's how it looks right now. Dan's latest look shows that the weather models are still far from agreeing on this storm, and possibilities range from a total miss to a substantial snow event.

The forecast right now for Wednesday calls for the snow/rain line to be I-95, with snow to the west, a mix to the east and all rain at the immediate coast. There is the potential for more issues at the coast due to some high winds associated with the storm.

As the details of this storm become more clear, we will update you on the latest. And to stay up to date on New Jersey weather anytime, check out Dan Zarrow's weather blog.

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