After suffering record-cold temperatures in many parts of the state, New Jersey residents should now prepare for more snow on Monday night, Feb. 16, according to the National Weather Service.
The forecast calls for 3-4 inches of snow for the coastal Monmouth area, with 4-6 inches predicted further south.
Those totals could increase if the storm, which should hit overnight through Tuesday morning, tracks farther north and inland. The opposite could occur if the storm tracks farther south and offshore.
The National Weather Service put out a chart Monday morning that indicated there is a 78 percent chance the area will receive more than 2 inches of snow.
The cold air and wind could also return Thursday-Friday morning and could be "several degrees colder" than the single digit temperatures the area received Monday morning and Sunday night.
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