Nor’easter to hit New Jersey on the first full day of spring, State of Emergency has been issued

Nor’easter to hit New Jersey on the first full day of spring, State of Emergency has been issued

There is a powerful nor’easter that is set to hit New Jersey starting tomorrow morning, on the first day of spring.  According to the National Weather Service, forecasters are stating most of New Jersey can get anywhere from 12-18 inches of snow within the next two days.  The snow is expected to be heavy and wet which may cause for dangerous conditions outside.  Please stay indoors until the storm passes, but if you do have to go outside please always be aware of what is above you.

Potential snow totals for New Jersey

Governor Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency for the state ahead of the snow storm.  The New Jersey State Police also issued a Commercial Travel Ban which the details can be found here.  The New Jersey Department of transportation is also urging drivers to stay off the roads.

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is a possibility that you may loose power with this storm.  If you do experience a power outage, below are the ways to report it to PSE&G and stay updated;

The Township of Washington Police Department is urging residents to stay at home.  Please do not go out on the roads unless it is absolutely necessary.

The safest place is home and off the road!  Please follow this webpage and @WashTwpPolice for more updates on this storm

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