NJ Winter Storm Expected To Continue Through Tuesday

By Aryaan

At least one more foot of snow was forecast for today in much of the northern half of New Jersey.

In fact, this afternoon is predicted to be the thick of the storm and cities across northern and central New Jersey are already seeing eight inches of early snow overall. 

Snow is expected to continue through Tuesday, but, forecasters have said that it will likely go into flurries overnight.

On Sunday, Gov. Phil Murphy announced a state of emergency and closed state offices and suspended all NJ Transit services with the exception of the Atlantic City Rail Line.

New York City has now declared a state of emergency with only emergency services and critical personnel permitted on the roads.

Both the state’s mega-sites for vaccinations are closed. People are asked to keep off the roads unless completely required. 

Per the National Weather Service, below are the latest snow totals across New Jersey:

Atlantic County

  • Egg Harbor City: 1.8 inches
  • Hammonton: 1.6 inches
  • Pomona: 2.5 inches
  • Mays Landing: 3 inches

Bergen County

  • Dumont: 5.5 inches
  • Paramus: 10.2 inches
  • Tenafly: 5.3 inches
  • Ramsey: 7.8 inches
  • Hillsdale: 5 inches
  • Franklin Lakes: 4.9 inches
  • New Milford: 4.8 inches
  • Washington Township: 4.2 inches
  • Ridgewood: 4.2 inches
  • Waldwick: 4.1 inches
  • Westwood: 3.6 inches

Burlington County

  • Bordentown: 4.8 inches
  • Mount Laurel: 3.3 inches
  • Wrightstown: 3 inches
  • Delran: 2.5 inches

Camden County

  • Springdale: 3.5 inches
  • Berlin: 2 inches

Cape May County

  • Seaville: 3 inch
  • Villas: .8 inches

Essex County

  • Millburn: 7.5 inches
  • Livingston: 7 inches
  • North Caldwell: 6.2 inches
  • Newark Airport: 5.2 inches
  • Belleville: 4.5 inches

Gloucester County

  • Sewell: 3 inches
  • Woodbury: 2.8 inches
  • Malaga: 3 inches

Hudson County

  • Harrison: 7 inches
  • Hoboken: 5 inches

Hunterdon County

  • Byram: 9 inches
  • Stanton: 7.5 inches
  • Readington: 6.2 inches
  • Flemington: 6 inches

Mercer County

  • Ewing: 4.2 inches
  • East Windsor: 4.1 inches
  • Robbinsville: 4 inches
  • Hamilton: 3.8 inches

Middlesex County

  • South Plainfield: 12 inches
  • Edison: 11 inches
  • Hopelawn: 10.5 inches
  • Metuchen: 10.5 inches
  • Port Reading: 9.5 inches
  • North Brunswick: 9.5 inches
  • South Brunswick: 9 inches
  • Old Bridge: 8.5 inches
  • Parlin: 8.3 inches

Monmouth County

  • Hazlet: 11 inches
  • Keyport: 8.5 inches
  • Manalapan: 8.3 inches
  • Eatontown: 7.1 inches
  • Middletown: 7 inches
  • Atlantic Highlands: 6.8 inches
  • Marlboro: 6.5 inches
  • Long Branch: 6 inches
  • Freehold: 5.7 inches
  • Leonardo: 5 inches
  • Manasquan: 4 inches

Morris County

  • Succasunna: 11.5 inches     
  • Mendham: 11.5 inches             
  • Randolph: 11 inches
  • East Hanover: 9.6 inches   
  • Jefferson Township: 9 inches 
  • Morristown: 9 inches     
  • Florham Park: 8 inches  
  • Marcella: 7.5 inches  
  • Mountain Lakes: 7.5 inches   
  • Rockaway: 7 inches             
  • Montville: 6 inches 

Ocean County

  • Jackson: 4.2 inches

Passaic County

  • Little Falls: 5.6 inches
  • Wayne: 8 inches
  • Hawthorne: 5 inches
  • West Milford: 3.5 inches

Somerset County

  • Somerville: 15 inches
  • Manville: 12 inches
  • Rocky Hill: 8 inches
  • Millstone: 8 inches
  • Hillsborough: 7.5 inches
  • Green Brook: 7 inches
  • Belle Mead: 6 inches

Sussex County

  • Sparta: 10 inches
  • Hopatcong: 13 inches
  • Wantage: 8 inches
  • Stockholm: 4 inches

Union County

  • Westfield: 9.1 inches
  • Roselle Park: 8.4 inches
  • New Providence: 12 inches

Warren County

  • Hackettstown: 6.5 inches
  • Stewartsville: 5.7 inches
  • Marksboro: 5.2 inches
  • Blairstown: 4.6 inches