The odds of a coastal storm dumping snow in New Jersey next week have plunged – for now, according to experts. Major forecast models now project a storm developing farther offshore around mid-week, but things could change, experts said Friday. David A. Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist at Rutgers University, said "all bets are not off, but I wouldn’t plan on it swinging around again. Sometimes models lose a storm for a couple of days, but this doesn’t seem to be that case," Robinson said. "You still (see) a storm out there on the books" somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean.
/ / / Coastal snowstorm now looks less likely, experts say