Christie urged people to stay home Monday evening and Tuesday in order to help road crews to clear the highways and streets.
The National Weather Service is warning of a two-day snowfall of 20 to 30 inches and winds gusting more than 30 mph to as much as 75 mph.
The blizzard moving into the Tri-State area poses dangers not only on the roads, but also for your home.
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.
Most of us in the Tri-State are under a state of emergency due to the blizzard that is about to bear down on us. Snowfall totals are ranging from 6 inches to potentially 3 feet.
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.
Good morning everybody! Today is shaping up to be a much better day than yesterday, but it won’t be without its issues.
Another round of winter weather coated the Tri-State area in snow, slush and ice Saturday.
If you can stay in this morning and relax, that would definitely be the thing to do on this Saturday. Snow moved in overnight and is now in the process of changing over to rain/mix from south to north.
A messy mix of rain, snow and sleet is expected to hit the Tri-State area as part of a winter storm system moving up the Eastern seaboard this weekend.
After a bright finish to the work week, we’re now gearing up for some more winter weather for the Tri-State region, all associated with a fast moving coastal storm.
Clear skies are the rule this morning, not the exception. But clear skies also means very cold temps around the horn. Expect the teens to the north, and as mild as upper 20s near the coast.
Today was quite pleasant for the middle of January! We hit 40 degrees in NYC and even milder around the Tri-State.
At Commack Hardware, for example, there are stacks of shovels, ice scrapers and snow melt.
Be careful out there this morning if your traveling in Monmouth and Ocean County. The NWS extended their advisory until 8 a.m.