More snow expected tomorrow
Today temperatures are supposed to be fairly nice so here's a suggestion:
Go to your local library, supermarket, or book store and find a good book to read. Because, unless you're a skier or other winter sport enthusiast, you'll want to stay indoors over the weekend.
More snow is forecast Thursday night into Friday.
Then the weekend will bring bitter cold temperatures.
The National Weather Service in Mount Holly, N.J. says that currently 3-5 inches are forecast for Thursday night into Friday, meaning students might be getting a three-day weekend.
Of the accumulation totals, the Weather Service says, "It is still too early to get too fancy with the (accumulations) and track of the system yet."
Get your shoveling done as quickly as possible on Friday, because a cold front will bring probably the coldest weather of this winter. Friday night, the temperatures will dip to zero to five above with the wind making it feel like it is below zero.
Accuweather verifies the prediction, saying 3.9 inches of snow could fall Thursday night into Friday.
On Saturday, daytime highs will only be in the teens, while another near zero night looms.
Then on Sunday, the mercury might reach 20, but wind chills - especially in the morning - will be below zero.
At present the forecasts for Monday call for partly cloudy, but meteorologists say a system could bring more precipitation either during the day Monday or Monday night into Tuesday.
It's too early to determine if it will be an "event," the Weather Service says.