It's been a long March so far at the Jersey Shore. Are we now gearing up for our fourth Nor'easter in a row?

Well, there will certainly be some weather to keep an eye on tomorrow (Tuesday) and Wednesday, and our Meteorologist Dan Zarrow has upped snow totals a bit in his morning update.

Dan is still staying on the conservative side when it comes to accumulations associated with this storm, but still thinks there is a possibility of an inch or two of accumulations east of 195 tomorrow.

Dan does mention that there are still some weather models (the Euro model) that project double digit accumulations before it's all over Wednesday but Dan says he has way more reason to be conservative right now.

However, he cautions that a wiggle in one direction could bring a foot of snow, and a wiggle the other way could mean no accumulations at all.

As it stands now, here are some timeline details for the latest March weather at the Jersey Shore.

Tuesday...mix of rain, sleet and snow, and a chance of an inch or two of accumulation by the rush hour, especially east of 195.

Wednesday...the peak of the storm, could bring 3 to 6 inches of snow to Monmouth & Ocean Counties with 50mph wind gusts along the coast and 40mph gusts inland., with minor to moderate coastal flooding possible.

There is a level of uncertainty with this storm, so you should check in with Dan Zarrow's weather blog frequently over the next 48 hours. In the meantime, we prepare for the possibility of more March winter weather here at the Jersey Shore.

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