Today’s downpours are bringing not only flooding but possible snowflakes to North Jersey.
“The cold front pushing this precipitation through is very strong and cold for this time of year,” Severe NJ Weather reports. “Non-accumulating snowflakes are possible at the tail-end of precipitation overnight.”
The rain is moving north-northeast with heavy squalls and some thunder.
There may be a slight break in the action, but that will be followed late this afternoon by the cold. So consider your budding plants.
It’s begun already, in fact: Some areas of NJ are reporting temperature drops of as much as 20 degrees.
Tonight, though, we’re looking at the high 20s and low 30s.
This after yesterday’s peak of 80 in some areas.
It is spring, after all.
“Nothing to worry about,” Severe NJ Weather says. “We’ll be cooler but sunny Wednesday-Friday — then back to spring temperatures for the weekend.”
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