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Winter Storm to Impact Northern NJ Saturday

Snow will begin to fall from west to east beginning Saturday morning, with snow arriving around noon for our area. Snow totals are not expected to be greater than 2 inches for most of Monmouth County, with less than an inch expected along the coastline. The north and west parts of the state, including the NYC area, are expected to get between 2 and 5 inches depending on the timing of the storm. In the late afternoon, the snow is expected to change over to rain for the majority of the state, but will be a slow changeover for northern counties. If you're planning to travel north or west tomorrow, plan extra time into your route to account for the slippery conditions and likely heavier traffic. Use caution and monitor local media for forecast updates.

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🌨 Snow squalls are forecasted throughout the afternoon and into the evening for mainly the northern and central parts of the state. Motorists should be alert for snow squalls that appear suddenly with strong winds and reduced visibility.

If you encounter a snow squall while driving, remember the following:
⚠️ Slow down gradually and drive at the speed that suits the conditions.
🚗 Turn on your headlights.
🛣 Stay in your lane.
➕ Increase your following distance.
👀 Stay alert, keep looking as far ahead as possible.
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Good afternoon! A windy day is in store tomorrow as an area of low pressure moves across the region. A Wind Advisory is in effect from 9:00 AM-7:00 PM for winds from 20-30 mph with gust from 40-50 mph. Now is a good time to secure any loose outdoor furniture or decorations.🌬️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Neptune Township ordinance regarding Snow Emergencies clarified

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Confined Space Rescue at Construction Site in Neptune Township

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