Guess we’re in for another round of supermarket frenzy.
The National Weather Service says the Red Bank area may get four or more inches of snow from a storm that’s expected to begin late tonight and last into Friday.
And now, we go to the nation’s weatherbot, which obviously has its caps lock key on:
A WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH
YET ANOTHER COASTAL STORM IS FORECAST TO AFFECT OUR AREA LATER
WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND INTO FRIDAY. AT THIS TIME SNOW AMOUNTS MAY
AVERAGE AT LEAST 4 INCHES OVER THE NORTHEAST MARYLAND
SHORE…DELAWARE…SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY…AND EXTREME SOUTHEAST
PENNSYLVANIA…AND 6 INCHES OVER EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA AND CENTRAL
NEW JERSEY. STRONG WINDS ARE ALSO POSSIBLE WITH THIS POTENTIAL
STORM…SO DRIFTING AND BLOWING SNOW ARE POSSIBLE AS WELL.
Here’s the extended forecast: