Snow showers and flurries are moving from west to east through portions of the Jersey Shore at 10:30 a.m.
While the activity will be enough to spark a conversation (“Look outside, it’s snowing”), that’s mainly the extent of the sticking impact.
Accumulations will be less than a half-inch, mainly on grassy and unpaved surfaces, according to the National Weather Service.
But the service says that visibilities will drop as the heaviest activity moves through, suggesting that motorists take heed.
Scattered snow showers may continue passing through for the remainder of the day as a stubborn low pressure system kicks in moisture from the northwest while it continues to inch out of the region.