It's coming... With winds below 35 mph for most of the state this is not a "blizzard" like some social media weather sites are claiming. There is a potential that parts of North Jersey could reach 20" in more intense banding. Stay safe everyone and try to stay home from work tomorrow!
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Big Storm On The Way
New 00z NAM shows 12+ inches for NW Jersey. Will make a map tomorrow for the event but right now it seems like a solid 10"-15" area wide, and there could be a band near 18".
Posted by Darren Milliron at 9:46 PM No comments:
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Back From Vacation
I'm back in Jersey now and ready for the storm. I was up in Vermont and to be honest, Jersey has more snow than Killington right now. Conditions were not the best up there for snowboarding and skiiing but I still had a lot of fun.
I was unable to forecast for Monday's storm but here is my map for tomorrows storm. Sorry for the lack of discussion on this situation but I'm stressed for time this evening. The snow will start around mid night and come down heavy until the morning commute before it changes over to mix south of I-80. Areas between I-80 and I-78 could see a serious ice event so please use caution.
As for this weekends storm, please it's to far out and anything be forecasted is speculation at this point. Let's get through this system first then on to the next.
Posted by Darren Milliron at 9:58 PM No comments:
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