AccuWeather: Blizzard and Winter Storm Warnings Issued

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 59 minutes ago A Blizzard Warning has been issued for parts of our area.

It is in effect now and continues through 7 p.m. Saturday.

The Blizzard Warning includes: Delaware Beaches and Atlantic; Atlantic Coastal Cape May; Cape May; Coastal Atlantic; Coastal Ocean; Eastern Monmouth; Ocean; Southeastern Burlington; Western Monmouth in New Jersey.

A Blizzard Warning and Winter Storm Warning have been issued for parts of our area.

A Winter Storm Warning also continues through 7 p.m. Saturday for parts of the area.

This affects: Northwestern Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer, Salem counties in New Jersey; Delaware, Eastern Montgomery, Lower Bucks and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania.

A Winter Storm Warning ends at 3 p.m. Saturday for Kent and New Castle counties in Delaware.


Low pressure developing off the Carolina coast will rapidly strengthen as it moves north Friday evening. As it intensifies it will create a large wind field bringing the threat for 50-55 mph wind gusts along the New Jersey coast. In addition to the wind, snow will blanket the region overnight through Saturday making for difficult to near-impossible travel at times, especially for areas along the coast.

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Snow arrives between 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. on Friday.

Steadiest: 1 a.m. to 9 a.m. Saturday

Ends: Snow will end west to east between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m.


Northern Lehigh Valley: 1-3"

Northwest Suburbs: 3-6"

I-95 Metro: 6-9"

Central Delaware & Southeastern New Jersey: 6" to 12"

Along the NJ coast: 12" to 18"


Winds will be out of the north northwest on Saturday bringing brutal wind chills in the single digits. Peak gusts inland will range between 40 to 45 mph. Peak gusts at the coast will range from 50 to 55 mph.


A coastal flood warning goes into effect 2 a.m. until 10 a.m. for Cape May county. Farther north, there is a coastal flood advisory for Atlantic and Ocean counties for up to 1 foot of water above ground level.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny, brisk and cold, high 28. Wind chill values will be in the teens.

MONDAY: Sunny and not as cold, high 36.

TUESDAY: Turning milder under partly sunny skies, high 44.

WEDNESDAY: Clouds with some sunny breaks, high 50.

THURSDAY: Milder with the chance for some rain, high 55.

FRIDAY: A bit cooler, but still mild for February. Expect clouds with some sun, high 46.

Long Range Outlook from AccuWeather

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Marilou Roberts
19h ago

last time they said a lot of inches, Trenton got nothing. I love to watch the excuses they give for telling the wrong prediction and that's exactly what's going to happen here.

John Ensslen
8d ago

I feel for the Delaware Valley people Especially for the Shore Districts They usually do not have the snow and ice removal equipment has the rest of Delaware Valley Especially for Leigh Valley they are more prepared . Unless we get a Real Nor 'Eastern I have seen less and less of these type of Storms Where Eastern Canadian High sets up and blows cold air down and reinforces the the Coastal Low pressure up the Coastline .

Susie Ochoa
12d ago

just dug out snow storm in Nebraska God bless everyone be safe <3


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