There appears to be no end in site for the winter weather as the National Weather Service is now predicting as much as 6-8 inches of snow for a large portion of Monmouth County on March 4.
After a small amount of snow, probably less than one inch according to National Weather Service, and freezing rain falls Tuesday, the more severe weather is expected to begin Wednesday night. Any precipitation is expected to change to snow as colder air filters back into the region.
"A significant amount of snow is expected from this system," a briefing from the National Weather Service states. "The Wednesday evening and especially Thursday morning commutes will be effected."
The coastal area of Monmouth County could receive 6-8 inches of snow with the amount lessening further west and south. Some weather outlets are calling for even more snow.
The colder temperatures will likely to linger into Friday, "but then moderation is expected for the weekend," according to the National Weather Service.
We'll keep an eye on the latest forecast for the area and update this story for our readers if anything changes.