Winter Storm Briefing – 400 PM Tue Mar 29th by NWS Mount Holly

To our emergency management & other key partners:
An early Spring Nor’easter will threaten the region Thursday night, March 31st into Friday, April 1st.  The storm beings the potential for significant snowfall, heavy rainfall & coastal flooding.  A briefing package is attached.  The Executive Summary text from the briefing is repeated below.
If there are any questions, please contact us.
Gary Szatkowski
National Weather Service – Mount Holly NJ

•An early Spring Nor’easter is expected to move up the coast, affecting our region starting Thursday night, March 31st and continuing into Friday, April 1st.

• This storm has the potential to produce significant snowfall, heavy rainfall & coastal flooding. 

• The storm has the potential to produce 4+ inches of snow, most likely to the northwest of the I-95 corridor.

• The storm has the potential to produce 1-2 inches of rainfall, with the heaviest amounts near or to the southeast of the I-95 corridor.

• This storm has the potential to produce minor to moderate coastal flooding along the Atlantic coast of New Jersey & Delaware.

• See the following slides for additional details.

• Next briefing package will be issued Wednesday afternoon, March 30th

• Maintain situational awareness by monitoring our website at:

http://weather.gov/phi

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