While we got the heads up from WOBM Meteorologist Dan Zarrow to expect occasional snow showers today, the heavy snow squalls that have passed through Ocean County throughout the day have made for a dicey afternoon and evening.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again - I wouldn't want to be a meteorologist. When the forecast goes exactly as you predict, nobody really notices or makes a point to thank you. But when a forecast "busts", people are calling for your head.
My drive to work today was a bit of a nail-biter. And no, it wasn't because of snowy or icy roads. It wasn't because of an accident, construction, or backed up traffic. It was because of the people who still don't understand the concept of clearing all of the snow off of their cars.
As the snow is mostly tapering off throughout Ocean County (we're even seeing some breaks of sun here at the WOBM studios in Toms River), don't let the clearing skies fool you, we have a whole other round of dangerous conditions on the way.
As I sit here writing about an imminent snowstorm, it's weird to see the sun shining brightly and temperatures in Ocean County reaching the mid-60's. But we are indeed expecting an appreciable impact as we head into Thursday. So I figured this would be as good a time as ever to remind every…