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Winter Storm Part IV

Jack Mandato, Staff Writer

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This is now the fourth major snow storm within the last three weeks and this one’s looking pretty serious!

The storm is expected to hit on the first day of spring and will affect most people living along the northeastern part of America from Tuesday into Wednesday.

All of the weather forecasts predict snow, but how much is still unclear.  Whether this storm has the potential to become another Nor’easter remains a large question.  The storm is expected to bring snow, rain and heavy winds.

As of recent predictions, Monmouth County is going to be right in the storms sights.  However, any minor shifts in the storm’s track could cause forecasts to change significantly.  The expected amount of snowfall for New Jersey is currently between 5-12 inches.

Bundle up and stay safe everyone!

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