This is going to be a three-stage show tomorrow. The first part is Rain from overnight into Friday morning(Today). Part two is the winds. They will be howling. 50+gusts from Dover on north. 60+ gusts from Dover and parts south near the beach points. Heavy surf and tidal flooding will result. Then the exciting part. Part three will be the snow on the back end. As the upper-level low captures the storm off the coast that’s when we see the intensity pump up. The storm will slowly suck in cold air through the day as the vertical columns start to cool. It will change over to snow. Now, how much depends on how much moisture is around. It could be cold enough for heavy wet snow to accumulate on grassy surfaces. So, we’re talking anywhere between a coating and two inches. I would say expect just that wet snow that looks nice. Yet, coming in the afternoon at after-school time and evening rush hour this will be a pain in the rear. It’s all over Saturday morning, but expect the winds to die down as the storm pulls out to sea.
It’s going to be a WICKED STORM !!