A few points:
- The biggest impacts are central and parts of south Jersey into Delaware. For north NJ where I have 4-8 there will be travel impacts but not as severe as areas with the higher totals.
- To be honest I caved into the pressure last night and should have kept the 3-6 up there but what is done is done we will see if the 4-8 verifies.
Latest rapid refresh model guidance has snow lasting until this afternoon for many
This is projected radar at 3 pm
Heavier snow bands further south, the accumulations up north are gradual throughout the day which will help road crews.
Our current radar continues to show the impressive plume of moisture..
This all moves northeastward along the front that is now in place and gradually drifting south.
One variable I look at to determine where the heavy snow will be is lift in the atmosphere. Below you can see the high lift values to the south represented by the darker colors.
These are areas where roads will take more of a beating especially when temps are lower.
Will this be the last storm of winter? The answer is yes very likely FOR SOUTHERN AREAS. More to come on that.