Oh Boy Don’t Put Those Shovels Away Yet More Snow Coming to Ocean County, NJ
So something I have noticed lately when it comes to weather here at the Jersey Shore, a mile can make a world of difference. Our weather here in Ocean County can have different looks and all within miles of each other. What the weather is in Northern Ocean County can be completely different in Southern Ocean County. Case in point, this past storm we had on Monday. In Lakewood barely a trace at the Northern end of Ocean County and 30 miles south in Little Egg Harbor there was 13.2 inches of snow.
We can even see a difference from town to town when it comes to weather, so forecasting is very difficult as Jack Frost can shift just a few miles and change a snowstorms outcome...so I guess the best thing is to be prepared and if you don't get the snow, at least your ready for the next time. Stay with our Dan Zarrow as he navigates our difficult Jersey weather all winter.
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So now the question is are YOU ready for more snow? or maybe do YOU want more snow? Looks like some parts of Ocean County could see possibly half a foot of snow from Thursday night to Friday morning.
Dan Zarrow is calling for Ocean, Burlington, and Monmouth Counties "SNOW ARRIVES LATER THIS EVENING, BECOMING STEADIER OVERNIGHT... TOTAL ACCUMULATION 4 TO 6 INCHES... LOW 30 FRIDAY MORNING SNOW ENDS BY MID-MORNING... THEN SUNNY AND BLUSTERY (WIND GUSTS TO 30 MPH)... HIGH 37"
How do YOU feel? Do YOU want more snow this week?
- Robin wants to build snowpeople
- Anna wants to play in the snow
- Donna...Not Really
- Maureen...Yes on Friday, Not on Saturday
- Michelle...NOOOOOOOO!!!!! Once was enough for the season
- Tammy...Let it snow in the mountains, not at the shore
- Betsy is a HARD NO
- Amy...We had enough w/the 13+ inches we got here already!!
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