This past winter was one of the warmest ever recorded in Mid-Missouri, as most of the winter was dealt a hand of spring temperatures.
A Winter Weather Advisory continues through early afternoon Friday for the northern half of New Jersey, from Mercer and inland Monmouth counties northward.
Untreated roads and walkways will become snow covered and slippery.
"It looks like (temperatures) will stay on the cool side through the mid part of next week, and after that it looks like they will trend upward", Jackson said. It will likely fall as snow in most locations.
The higher snowfall totals will most likely be on elevated surfaces and grassy areas.
The storm is expected to taper off to snow showers and flurries Friday afternoon. The likelihoods over the metro region vary from about 20 to 50 percent from southeast to northwest over the region.
We'll be shivering through the weekend.
The strong, gusty, damaging winds have eased, but there will still be wind gusts of 20-35 miles per hour or more at times the next few days. After a few more sunny days, a chance of snow returns to the forecast Wednesday night, followed by partly sunny skies and a high of 55 degrees on Thursday.
The Weather Service reported 6.5 inches of snow in Harwich Port as of 2 p.m.
Additionally, at 3:24 p.m. Saturday, the service issue a Gale Warning for the waters between Moriches Inlet and Montauk Point that will remain in effect until 1 a.m. Sunday. High near 36. Wind chill values between 25 and 30.
Sustained winds on Saturday will stick around 15 to 25 miles per hour, said Matt Hammer, meteorologist with News 12 Long Island. Chance of precipitation is 60 percent. The Trenton area is projected to get 3 inches, with 2 inches accumulating in Burlington and Ocean.
Friday's high in the Harrisburg area is expected to be near 38, with a low at night of around 16. Wind chill values between -5 and 5.
Total snowfall for the season to date in Newark, as of February 28, was 20.6 inches, or 2.4 inches below normal.
Temperatures this weekend will average near 15 degrees below normal.