The Jersey Shore is preparing for some accumulating snow throughout a Thursday workday that will affect both Monmouth and Ocean Counties.

It's hard to believe that we're talking about a snow event in the same forecast that features a day with a high temperature of 60, but that's exactly what meteorologist Dan Zarrow thinks will happen.

Here's how it plays out. Today (Wednesday) will feature breaks of sunshine and a high around 60 degrees. If you were waiting to see if we would break a record today, we probably will miss it by three or four degrees.

Then, in the late afternoon, temperatures will drop quickly and we'll see a mix of snow and rain that will chance to all snow by daybreak tomorrow. That snow will be heavy at times and leave us with 4 to 6 inches of accumulation.

Talk about crazy weather. We go from near record high temperatures to a Winter Storm Warning in a 7 or 8 hour span. That's Mother Nature's clever little way of reminding us that February has just begun.

Stay up to date on all the details of the storm with Meteorologist Dan Zarrow's blog.

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