Northern counties in New Jersey are under a Winter Weather Advisory as the entire state prepares for some messy winter weather that bring a messy wintry mix to the whole state.

Snow will spread across New Jersey during the afternoon and fall for a few hours as changes to freezing rain sleet and then finally rain from south to north by early Monday as temperature rise.

Accumulations of snow will be less than inch for most of the southern and shore areas with one-two inches of snow for northern counties north of I-78.


Hunterdon, Warren, Sussex, Morris and Passaic counties are under the Winter Weather Advisory as that is the area where the frozen precipitation will last the longest creating slick roads and have an affect on roads and especially secondary roads for the Monday morning commute.

Interior Pennsylvania, New York State and New England have the best chance for more are all also preparing for a change from snow to a wintry mix that will create hazardous driving conditions, potential power outages and flight delays.

Revised snow accumulation map from the National Weather Service (NWS)