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New Jersey is bracing for another round of winter weather.
But forecasters still aren’t sure when the storm will hit the Garden State.
And depending where you are, you could potentially see anything from a significant snow to a nasty wintry mix to just plain rain.
As of now, central and southern areas could see some steady light snow by late tonight. But depending on the storm’s track and timing, that precipitation could change to sleet and freezing rain
or just rain, especially along the coast.
The precipitation should continue through Wednesday morning, with at least three or more inches of snow possible in northern areas. And other areas could also see a few inches of snow,
depending how things play out.
But everyone will be dealing with strong, gusty winds tomorrow that could create sub-zero wind chills tomorrow night.
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