A raw, chilly and eventually snowy Monday will also bring a round of coastal flooding.
A coastal flooding advisory is in effect for Cape May, Atlantic and Ocean counties through 4 p.m.
Up to a foot of water will be likely in the low lying areas across the region. Be prepared for closed roads, bridges and delays during the midday high tide. This will be on top of slowdowns expected as part two of a complex, two-part system moves in late Monday. A winter weather advisory is in effect for mainland Ocean County, as well as Burlington County.
High tides will generally be between 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. However, you may find the high tide nearest to you here.
Here is a list of roadways that will be likely to flood, by county.
Winter weather advisory in effect for Ocean County, some snow for all
After the coastal flooding passes Monday afternoon, attention will turn toward periods of light to moderate snow expected into Monday night.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for Ocean County through 4 a.m.
Areas of fog and drizzle will be present throughout much of the daytime hours in the South Jersey on a very raw day. However, snow will be liklely at times within the period of rain in Ocean County through the early afternoon. Temperatures only peak in the upper 30s.
However, an area of snow will pivot in from the northern half of the state and Pennsylvania between 6 to 9 p.m. This will then continue through the evening, pulling out between 1 to 4 a.m. Tuesday.
Snowfall accumulations will be between a scattered coating to 2 inches. The highest totals will be in mainland Ocean County. Meanwhile western Cumberland county and lower Cape May County will just see a few flakes fall. Accumulations will mainly be on colder and grassy surfaces.