A strong cold front will pass through the area tomorrow night, delivering another shot of chilly air after an above normal Tuesday and possible snow showers.
Isolated precipitation will begin during the afternoon, but with temperatures above freezing at the Shore, any falling will be rain showers, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures will be in the lower to middle 40s, dropping into the 20s late in the evening.
Snow showers are possible at the Shore later in the evening depending on if the system is still in the area when temperatures drop below freezing. Areas northwest of I-95 have the best chance of an accumulation.
The National Weather Service office in Mount Holly is calling for no accumulating snow for most of the Shore, with under an inch for some interior sections of Ocean and Monmouth counties. Up to an inch is possible throughout the entire Shore if the system overperforms. See the map here.
The next chance of wintry precipitation is from a potential coastal low pressure system during the weekend, although National Weather Service forecasters say model guidance is “generally pretty warm,” adding that details are still uncertain.