March 4, 2021

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N.J. weather: Snow predictions from 11 weather experts ahead of the winter storm, some calling for 18 to 20 i – NJ.com

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Weather forecasters have had a tough time nailing down their snowfall predictions for the big coastal storm that’s expected to arrive in New Jersey on Sunday and linger into early Tuesday.

Many meteorologists are stressing there are several major factors that have yet to be resolved — such as the exact location where the storm will track off the Atlantic coast, and how quickly the storm will strengthen.

A slight shift in the track or a substantial change in the storm’s strength will have a big impact on how much snow, sleet or rain falls from the sky. So, don’t be surprised if some of the forecast maps below go up or down during the next 24 hours.

With that said, here’s a slew of snow forecasts for the upcoming winter storm, as of early Saturday afternoon.

AccuWeather

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This is AccuWeather’s latest snow forecast map, as of Saturday, Jan. 30. It calls for as much as 12 to 18 inches of snow in northern New Jersey and 6 to 12 inches in central New Jersey.AccuWeather

National Weather Service – New Jersey and eastern Pa.

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Updated snow forecast for most of New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware, as of early Saturday, Jan. 30.National Weather Service

National Weather Service – NYC region

NJ weather - snowstorm forecast updates 1-30-21

Updated snow forecast for northeastern New Jersey, New York City, Long Island and the Hudson Valley, as of early Saturday, Jan. 30.National Weather Service

News 12 New Jersey

New Jersey 101.5 FM

NY NJ PA Weather

NJ weather - snow forecasts 1-30-21

This forecast from NY NJ PA Weather, based in Monmouth County, is calling for as much as 10 to 20 inches of snow – with sleet mixed in at time – over a wide swath of New Jersey.NY NJ PA Weather

ABC7 New York

6abc Philadelphia

NBC4 New York

NBC10 Philadelphia

The Weather Channel

WeatherWorks

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Len Melisurgo may be reached at LMelisurgo@njadvancemedia.com.

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