Let's see - we have had The Storm of The Century, are trying to recover and rebuild from it, and now here comes the 1st snowfall in South Jersey this season ..... what could possibly top all this?

The arrival of the "November Nor' Easter" will bring South Jersey the potential for as much as 4 inches of snow, and Coastal Flood Warnings remain in effect until 6am on Thursday (according to the National Weather Service).

Word is that waves could reach the 6 to 10 foot range along the coast and 2 to 6 feet on the Delaware Bay.

The Press of Atlantic City reports that power outages have been reported in Chelsea Heights and Ventnor Heights and Ocean City.  As of 7:40 a.m., more than 1,700 customers were out in Ocean City, according to the Atlantic City Electric online outage map.

Residents of Atlantic County are being advised to restock emergency supplies as the storm could again cause extended power outages.

We should enjoy the beauty of the snow, but not in November and not after what we have already gone through.

The Mayan Calender predicts the end of the world on December 21st - is this weather what they had in mind before the end hits?  Talk to me on December 22nd and I'll let you know!