Petie Johnson of Cape May Court House, walks along Main Street in Cape May Court House, as snow begins to fall in the area. Up to an inch of snow is expected to fall in areas of Cape May County as a fast moving low pressure system moves up the coast. Tuesday Feb. 25, 2014. (Dale Gerhard/Press of Atlantic City)

Dale Gerhard

Current snowfall is expected to lead to little or no accumulation in the area, but the National Weather Service says some residents could see as much as two inches from another storm tomorrow.

A winter weather advisory will be in effect for Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties from 4 a.m. through 1 p.m. tomorrow. Atlantic and Cumberland counties could see accumulations of as much as two inches, and Cape May County will likely see around an inch.

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Daytime temperatures are expected to be brisk with highs in the low 30s. Winds will be 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph. The skies will be mostly clear in the evening and lows could reach the single digits.

A Code Blue will be in effect for Atlantic City from 4 p.m. Wednesday through 8 a.m. Friday due to low temperatures and dangerous wind chills.

The Atlantic City Rescue Mission will provide accommodations and hot meals, and the Atlantic City Police Department mobile unites will provide transport there if needed. Residents are urged to keep pets inside and check on senior citizens. 

Braden Campbell 

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