Jersey Shore residents might be waking up tomorrow to just enough snow to spark the holiday spirit.
A band of snow will likely develop over the Delmarva around midnight before spreading northeastward overnight through the Jersey Shore as an arctic cold front arrives, according to the National Weather Service.
The service is calling for an inch or less snow for most of the Shore and possibly two inches in a band from Atlantic City to the south.
High temperatures at the Jersey Shore tomorrow will mainly be in the 20s during the day and 10 to 15 degrees at night. Adding in winds gusting up to possibly 45 miles per hour tomorrow night, wind chill values will possibly drop to around 0 degrees. Winds will begin to diminish throughout the day on Friday.