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The Shore might wake up to a few inches of snow on Thursday

Radar image indicating snow in New Jersey at 9:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Radar image indicating snow in New Jersey at 9:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Jersey Shore residents might want to wake up a little early on Thursday morning to do some snow clearing.

A moving clipper system will pass through the entire Jersey Shore during the early morning hours on Thursday.

And while the National Weather Service does not anticipate anything seriously impactful, a few inches of snow could be on the ground by the time rush hour begins.

As of 9:45 p.m. Wednesday, snow is falling — and instantly sticking — in Cape May County. Light snow will overspread the Jersey Shore from west to east.

Any untreated roads will be slippery.

NOAA is calling for snow to end by the mid-morning hours, with skies gradually clearing throughout the day.

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