New Jersey is bracing for another round of snow, but what impact, if any, will this storm have on the Jersey Shore?

Meteorologist Dan Zarrow has raised the totals for Northern Jersey to 4 to 6 inches for Warren, Sussex and Passaic Counties, but when it comes to accumulations, it looks like the Jersey Shore will see less than that.

Timing.  Dan says that we may see a mix of snow and rain when the snow starts tonight Tuesday into Wednesday), and that mix will keep the totals down. The precipitation could make slippery conditions, however.

Accumulations. Dan thinks there is a chance that the totals will be less along the coast with about a coating to an inch expected, while western Monmouth & Ocean Counties could see 1 to 2 inches of accumulation of slushy snow as light to moderate snow will persist throughout Wednesday.

Temperatures. Temperatures will hover around the low 30's overnight tonight and will reach a high of 35 during the day tomorrow.

I think after the blizzard, we all have right to get pretty nervous when we hear the word snow, but aside from some slipperiness and some inconvenience, this is not a huge deal for the Jersey Shore.

But of course, you'll want to stay up to date on any changes to the storm, so get the latest on our weather by checking out Dan Zarrow's weather blog anytime.

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