More snow and freezing temperatures could be on the way Wednesday night, Jan. 3.
The National Weather Service is forecasting that 2-3 inches of snow could fall in Monmouth County beginning around 7 p.m. on Wednesday and lasting through Thursday. Three to four inches could fall closer to the coast, so residents of towns like Sea Bright and Monmouth Beach should make preparations.
From Thursday night, Jan. 4 through Saturday, Jan. 6, Monmouth County could be in store for temperatures of 5 to 15 below zero with the wind chill values.
"To minimize the adverse impact of the upcoming cold, recommendations include ensuring building heating systems and all transportation systems are adequately fueled and in good working condition," the National Weather Service states. "Pets will quickly suffer if left outside for more than a few minutes."
Above normal temperatures are expected to begin on Monday, Jan. 8.
We'll update this article as the National Weather Service updates its forecast.