‘Conversational snow’ moving through southern half of N.J., Philly area

    Light snow showers and flurries are moving from west to east through the area at 10:10 a.m.

    While the activity will be enough to spark a conversation (“Look outside, it’s snowing), that’s the extent of the impact. 

    Accumulations will be less than an inch, ending by early afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Radar returns indicate the heaviest activity in Cape May County. 

    Light snow then returns for early Wednesday morning and lasting through the morning rush hour, but the National Weather Service says accumulations will be less than two inches throughout the region.

    But there’s more.

    Widely scattered snow showers are possible Saturday, then a wintry mix is possible Sunday night into Monday, according to a Hazardous Weather Outlook issued by the National Weather Service. 

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