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'Plowable' Amount of Snow Headed to Gloucester Township Friday

Meteorologists are tracking a snowstorm that looks to have an impact on the Delaware Valley this weekend.

'Plowable' Amount of Snow Headed to Gloucester Township Friday

If dealing with freezing temperatures every day this week wasn’t enough, Gloucester Township can now expect a “plowable” amount of snow on Friday.

According to meteorologists with the National Weather Service (NWS) in Mount Holly, a low pressure system moving over the area Friday will bring bring with it even colder temperatures and a snowstorm.

Kristin Kline, of the NWS, said officials do not have specific amounts as far as accumulation goes just yet, but it could be “several inches.”

Meteorologists will know more Wednesday and Thursday.

The snow is slated to start Friday afternoon and last into the night, Kline said.

Cold temperatures will continue throughout the weekend, with slightly warmer temperatures coming Monday. Lows this week will dip into the teens.

Stay with Patch as we bring you updated snowstorm information this week.

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