A nor’easter may dump 4 to 12 inches of snow in most of northern and central New Jersey Wednesday and trigger major East Coast travel woes, according to forecasters. "It’s just going to be nasty traveling Wednesday, Wednesday night," said David A. Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist. "Even if it’s rain, it’s going to be a wind-swept rain, and where it snows, it’s going to obviously make for even worse travel…" Robinson, a geography professor at Rutgers University, said "the forecast warrants some the real careful attention." The storm "definitely has (the) potential of having the most impact on New Jersey of any storm thus far" this season, he said.
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