Courtesy accuweather.com

All things considered, the 2022-23 winter season has been relatively mild.  Hudson County has received virtually no snow all season.  Well, that will likely change overnight.

The National Weather Service says a low pressure system moving into the region tonight could bring anywhere from five to eight inches of snow and ice in some parts of northern New Jersey, though the totals anticipated for the eastern half of the state, including Hudson, call for less accumulation.  Three inches is more likely.

Accuweather.com says residents in Hudson County should expect slippery road surfaces for tonight’s rush hour, as well as tomorrow morning’s commute.  The storm will likely switch over to just rain tomorrow morning.

A second major storm is anticipated for the end of the week.

Residents should monitor local forecasts for additional advisories, watches, and warnings.