Listen: New Jersey, Dan Zero, Chief Meteorologist discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott
"Timeout. New Jersey's first news five fourteen. Is we bring in our chief meteorologist Dan zero. So Dan what we're feeling this morning is not even the worst of the cold is it, no. The core of this cold air will arrive this afternoon, you're going to notice immediately because that Arctic wind kicks up over forty miles an hour later today and temperatures are going to temple that's important because you need to dress for even colder temperatures as you head out the front door this morning by tonight. It's going to be bitterly cold dangerously cold yesterday. We had five inches of snowfall in parts of north jersey rainfall totals approaching four tenths of an inch. That's a potential issue here as well. Heart freeze this morning with temperatures in the teens and twenties. So any wet surfaces have frozen watch out for icy spots on front porches and steps driveways sidewalks? And also when you're driving curves on ramps off, ramps, etc. It's quiet and cold and clear to start again or Arctic blast arrives early afternoon or so wind gusts over forty miles an hour, a quick snow squall may reduce visibility and put a coating of snow on the ground later on to. Temperatures tumble from near thirty this afternoon to single digits tonight and the wind chill expected to reach about ten below twenty below tonight, depending on how fierce that wind is that's dangerous cold frostbite and hypothermia real concerns. If you don't protect yourself, still, bitterly cold tomorrow, sunny and breezy, highs upper teens wind chill outer below zero. All day, we lose the wind on Friday, high still only in the lower twenties could be a quick versus snow in south jersey, Friday afternoon, New Jersey. I news time is now five fifteen. Around the state around the clock. This is New Jersey's first news. Good morning. I'm Eric Scott. Among our top stories this morning number schools are delaying their open this morning. All the latest winter weather alert announcements at nj one zero one five."