The Jersey Shore is bracing for a snowy Thursday morning and we want to give you the very latest on the storm.

This storm is a fast moving one, and the potential for 4 to 7 inches of snow exists in the Monmouth County area. The changeover to all snow will be complete during the morning rush with the heaviest of the snow occurring between 7:00am and 9:00am.

Our meteorologist Dan Zarrow says a winter storm warning remains in effect until late this afternoon, and the snow is expected to taper off late this morning into the early afternoon hours.

During the peak of the storm, road conditions are expected to deteriorate and visibility is expected to be low. Once the snow stops the cold will set in, with temperatures expected to be in the teens, and by tomorrow (Friday) morning, wind chills could be near zero.

Stay up to date on the very latest storm info with Dan Zarrow's weather blog. And get the latest closings and delays at Point Stormwatch.

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