Weather can be very unpredictable and while it's been a while since parts of the state, especially many Shore areas, have seen a good 3-4 foot snowy blizzard, there is more than just that kind of storm to prepare for this winter in what are a lot of unknowns.
Growing up, I remember snow days meant chicken noodle soup with saltine crackers. And hot chocolate was served after we'd come in from sledding or playing in the snow. Grilled cheese with tomato soup is served in many New Jersey homes on a day like today. Pancakes, chili, chicken pot pie, lasagna, hot apple cider...those are some other favorite dishes that you might be enjoying during the blizzard.
Meteorologist Dan Zarrow has tweaked his forecast for Tuesday's storm, and is now predicting less snow and more mixing for the immediate coast, but these areas are still under a blizzard warning.
Some listeners asked why the blizzard warning if some areas won't see that much snow, and there's an easy answer!
I'd love for you to read this blog post after you've read the more important ones and feel like you're really prepared for the storm. Once you've done your shopping, filled your tank, and charged your devices I'd like you to think about what you'd like to get done tomorrow...