Monday morning’s commuters may see more snow.

The National Weather Service in Mount Holly is calling for about 4 to 6 inches of “wintery precipitation” beginning Sunday night into Monday before 8 p.m.

Monday’s high is expected to be near 34 degrees.

So far this season, the Atlantic City area has received 33.7 inches of snowfall. An additional one-tenth of an inch will bring this winter into the top 10 snowiest seasons on record at Atlantic City International Airport, and an additional 8.7 inches would push it to the area’s fifth snowiest season on record, according to the weather service.

The current record-holder is the winter of 2009-10 at 58.1 inches of snow. Other recent snowy winters include 2002-03, ranked fifth at 42.3 inches, and 2010-11, eighth with 38 inches.

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