It’s Snowing In The Northeast, So, You Know What That Means, Right?

You could see this one coming, right?

N.J. weather: Quick-hit April snowstorm to drop up to 6 inches today

A rapidly moving April snowstorm will make for a miserable Monday morning commute across the northern half of the state, dropping as much as 6 inches of snow before exiting early this afternoon.

Expect about 3 to 4 inches in the New Brunswick area and 2 to 3 inches around Freehold and Trenton.

Everyone from Toms River south should gets less an inch with people in Atlantic City as well as in Cape May and southern Cumberland counties seeing no snow. Parts of the state could see changes back and forth from rain to snow during the brief storm.

The snow isn’t confined just to Jersey, but the southern part of New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Mass, Vermont, New Hampshire, Eastern PA, and southern Maine. So, of course

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