As the whole Northeast is dealing with a blanket of snow, we've seen plenty of maps and graphics, but nothing compares to this absolutely stunning photo of the storm over the East Coast that was taken by NASA astronaut (and New Jersey native) Scott Kelly from the International Space Station. Take a look:
Parts of central, southern and coastal New Jersey could see some minor snow accumulations this afternoon and evening, according to a winter weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service Sunday.
A powerful coastal storm, also known as a nor'easter, is taking shape along the Atlantic coast. This storm will have prolonged impacts on New Jersey, beginning Monday evening and lasting through Wednesday.
Spring has arrived, but you may not want to get out your flip-flops just yet. Over the next couple of weeks, New Jersey is expected to see below average temperatures, which means we cannot rule out spring snowfall.
It looks like snow and sleet are headed our way on Sunday, and that gets many people thinking about getting out on the slopes again, and some of them - clearly lacking a particular survival gene - love to find the most dangerous places to show off.
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