Could Jack Frost leave us a surprise Thursday in Ocean County

Well, here we go again, maybe. Looks like our pal Jack Frost might be dropping us a little surprise Thursday morning here in parts of New Jersey…maybe even in Ocean County.

Looks like according to Meteorologist Dan Zarrow we could see “wintry” weather overnight from Wednesday to Thursday morning.

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So here’s the scenario… we have a nice day on Wednesday for the most part. Wednesday’s forecast calls for partly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 40s…not bad for January, right? Then temperatures late Wednesday begin to drop and as the rain turns to snow in some areas. According to Dan, we could see up to two inches of snow when we wake up Thursday morning and the temperatures will be very cold all day…even into the 20s.

So it will be “wait and see” if, in fact, Jack Frost sneaks into Ocean County on Wednesday night. We will be the first Thursday morning at 5 a.m. with the latest weather, news, traffic and storm watch for possible delays or cancellations for Thursday.

Shawn Michael

Shawn Michael

Are you a “snow lover”, are you going to hope for snow or are you going to wish for it? Let us know what you think of the snow, post your comments below 🙂

Here are the latest predictions from Dan Zarrow….

WEDNESDAY.. A GOOD DAY… PARTLY SUNNY… WINDY… CHANCE OF RAIN OVERNIGHT… HIGH 48

THURSDAY… RAIN CHANGES TO SNOW EARLY IN THE MORNING UNTIL NOON… LIGHT AMOUNTS OF AN INCH OR TWO ARE POSSIBLE… MAINLY CLOUDY… CHILLING COLD… TEMPERATURES FALLS FROM MID 30S IN MORNING, INTO 20S IN AFTERNOON

FRIDAY…SUNNY…COLD…HIGH ONLY 26

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