Snow Projections Updated For Rush Hour Thursday

Morris County Office of Emergency Management says 4 to 7 inches expected by Friday morning.

Looks like the kids will be back in school on Thursday, whether or not they have to go back on Friday remains to be seen. 

"The latest review of the data from our weather partners suggest that we are on track for a snow storm with snowfall accumulation totals in the 4-7-inch range," said Morris County Office of Emergency Management Director Jeff Paul.

Paul said that there may be light snow off and on through the day Thursday but that the anticipated accumulation is expected to be less than one inch. 

The real action comes at rush hour Thursday night.  

"Snow will begin to pick up after 5 p.m. tomorrow and heavy snow is expected though tomorrow night, coming to an end Friday morning," Paul said. "We may also be experiencing greater wind gusts which will produce blowing and drifting which may continue into Friday."

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for all of North Jersey from 6 p.m. Thursday to 1 p.m. Friday.

A Winter Storm Warning means severe winter weather conditions are expected. with heavy snow, blowing snow and dangerously cold wind chills.

Brenda Carter January 07, 2014 at 07:29 AM
Curious.......is this the same Jeff Paul that used to "run up and down" MLK and Flagler Street "back in the day"? Wow.....Morris County Emergency Management Director......big differences in the job titles..........I'm just curious.................


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