TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Weather-weary New Jerseyans may soon be dealing with another major winter storm.
The National Weather Service says southern areas of the state could see 4 to 8 inches of snow from a system that’s expected to hit the region late Wednesday night or early Thursday. The agency has already issued a winter storm watch for the region.
Central and northern areas will also likely see some snow from the storm. And the snow could change over to a wintry mix in some areas on Thursday.
But forecasters warn that the storm’s track remains uncertain.
It’s been a brutal winter for New Jersey, with several storms dropping several inches of snow on the state. Residents also have dealt with stretches of bitter cold and subzero wind chills.