4 To 6 Inches Of Snow Could Fall Across NJ, PA, New Weather Map Shows

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Snow coming Friday, Jan. 19

Snow coming Friday, Jan. 19

Photo Credit: National Weather Service

Another winter storm system is working its way to the Northeast, and the National Weather Service has released its latest projection map.

Snow is expected to fall for much of New Jersey — save for the Northeast parts of the state — and southeastern PA early Friday, Jan. 19 into Saturday, Jan. 20, the NWS shows.

An even newer forecast map shows between 4 and 6 inches falling in parts of both states.

  • Wantage: 2-3"
  • Reading: 2-3"
  • Long Branch: 2-3"
  • Allentown: 3"
  • Mount Pocono: 3-4"
  • Vineland: 3-4"
  • Philadelphia: 3-4"
  • Morristown: 3-4"
  • Flemington: 3-4"
  • Trenton 4-6"

Wednesday, Jan. 17 will be dry and sunny with a high of 26 and wind chill values in the single digits. 

Thursday will be mostly cloudy with a high of 31 and a 30% chance of snow Thursday night. Friday, Jan. 19 will be 31 degrees with a likely chance of snow.

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