New Jersey has so far weathered a major winter storm with snow being measured in inches, not feet, and few people losing power.
After the snow storm cancelled most blood drives in the Tri-State area, authorities are issuing an urgent call for donations.
Lonnie delivered the “Top 10 Things You Don’t Want To Hear From Your Weatherman During A Blizzard.”
Christie urged people to stay home Monday evening and Tuesday in order to help road crews to clear the highways and streets.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency Monday from Sullivan and Ulster counties down south.
Officials have been trying to get the word out to the public about the upcoming storm.
High winds and high tide created the perfect combination for disaster in coastal areas of New Jersey Monday.
The Tri-State area is bracing for a “crippling and potentially historic” storm that could bury communities in up to 2 or more feet of snow.
With a historic blizzard pounding the Tri-State Area Monday and Tuesday, there are a number of health concerns to be on the watch for – especially for anyone shoveling snow.
Tri-State Area residents are stocking up on food, water and other storm essentials to last for several days.
Airlines canceled thousands of flights into and out of East Coast airports as a major snowstorm packing up to 2 or more feet of snow barrels down on the region.
In Valley Stream, Long Island, a King Kullen grocery store was almost nearly wiped out of bread.
There were a number of crashes in Shirley and Huntington Station, where drivers lost control in slick condition. There were also dozens of crashes across New Jersey.
Another round of winter weather coated the Tri-State area in snow, slush and ice Saturday.
The driver of the now-toppled yellow truck was removing snow early Saturday morning when he suddenly found himself in the middle of the accident.