Snow hits southern NJ as tri-state region feels frigid temps


NEW YORK — Aside from a few flurries or snowflakes, New York City is going to miss out on the snowstorm.

Most of the areas impacted remain just to the south and east of the city.

A winter storm warning has been issued for Ocean County, while a winter weather advisory has been posted Monmouth and Suffolk Counties through late this afternoon or early evening.

Reports of three to seven inches have already been reported for the southern part of Ocean County as this storm will have sharp cutoff snow amounts will vary quite a bit. A coating to inches will be possible for the areas that are in the advisory. 

Nassau and Middlesex counties may see a dusting or coating in spots. North and west of the city will likely get nothing. 

A coastal flood advisory is also in effect for the Jersey Shore through 1 p.m. Tuesday. Minor tidal flooding is expected for the next few high tide cycles.

The storm will taper off this afternoon and into the early evening hours. Skies will then clear out with temperatures in the lower 20s. It will remain breezy with wind chills in the teens through the night.

Tuesday will be sunny, but cold with highs will in the mid 30s, with wind chills in the upper 20s. 

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy and a bit milder, with a chance of scattered showers as a weak front moves through the region. The high will be 43 in the city and mid 40s in the suburbs.

Thursday will be mostly cloudy with temps in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees.

Another storm system will approach the area on Friday, which could bring sow and rain to parts of the region once more. The high temp will be 34 in the city and in the mid 30s for the suburbs.

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