STORM WATCH: Parts of New Jersey to be under winter storm warning; 4-6 inches expected Monday - News 12 Bronx

Jan 03, 2022, 3:26amUpdated 5h ago

By: News 12 Staff

The National Weather Service says to expect heavy snow on Monday with accumulations near 4-6 inches.

Gov. Murphy has declared a state of emergency due to the incoming weather:

The most impacted areas will be in the southern part of the state.

The warning will be in effect from 4 a.m. until 4 p.m. for Ocean, S. Burlington, Atlantic, Cumberland and Cape May counties.

Winter weather advisories will be in effect for N. Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem counties.

Travel conditions are expected to be hazardous and could impact the morning and evening commute.

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and cold, highs middle 30s.

WEDNESDAY: Chance of showers, otherwise, cloudy and milder highs middle 40s.

THURSDAY: Cloudy and mild, highs lower 40s.

FRIDAY – WEATHER TO WATCH: Possible snow event. Highs upper 30s.

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and cold, highs lower 30s.

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