Not even the start of spring can stop the threat of winter weather.
A National Weather Service winter weather advisory for several counties along the Jersey Shore and in Delaware was canceled Thursday morning.
The National Weather Service says snow showers are likely today, but they are expected to hold off until the daylight hours.
Any accumulation on roads and walkways is expected to be light and slushy, and no more than around an inch of snow is expected on other surfaces.
FOX 29 Chief Meteorologist Scott Williams says, thanks to our above-freezing temperatures, the snow will have a hard time accumulating.
As for the rest of March, don't expect to see any spring-like temperatures in the immediate future. The colder air is expected to linger around our area through the rest of the month.
Wednesday night stays windy with gusts up to 30 mph.
Temperatures will drop and with the wind look for wind chills below freezing by Thursday AM.
Thursday will stay breezy after a chilly start, but highs will recover into the low and mid 60s by the afternoon.