WARREN, NJ - The National Weather Service has upgraded the winter storm watch to a warning and advisory, and has increased projected snowfall amounts for the area on Wednesday and on Thanksgiving Day, impacting holiday travel plans. Mid-Atlantic AAA estimates 1.2 million New Jerseyans will travel this holiday week 50 miles or more. Expect slippery road conditions on Warren's hilly roads.
Predictions of snowfall amounts have increased. Snowfall amounts of 3 to 6 inches are possible to the northwest of the Interstate 95 corridor, with 6 to 12 inches expected further inland and over the higher terrain, particularly in the southern Poconos and northwest New Jersey. Warren is falling on the line between 6 to 8 and 10 to 12 inches.
Precipitation from this event will negatively impact the busy holiday travel period Wednesday into Wednesday night. Because of the high volume of holiday traffic, travel plans completed by 7 a.m. Wednesday morning would avoid most of the trouble from this event, particularly north and west of the I-95 corridor.
Power outages are likely with the combination of gusty winds and snow hanging on wires and tree limbs, especially in the Lehigh Valley, southern Poconos, and northern New Jersey.
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