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NJ water companies alarmed as drought dries reservoirs to record lows

Utility companies are already worried about what will happen when it gets warm.

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It’s raining, it’s snowing … but Jersey’s drought continues

14 counties are still under a drought warning while four others remain under a drought watch.

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This week’s rain not enough to end Jersey’s drought

North Jersey still in severe drought, affecting reservoir levels.

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NJ still under drought warning despite recent rain

Water levels have been improving, but state needs more storms.

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This week’s serious rain isn’t going to solve NJ’s drought problem

But much more is needed to break the drought

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As drought concerns intensify, one NJ town continues year-long restrictions

Nearly 40 percent of New Jersey, an area covering all of the northern and much of the central part of the state, remains in a severe drought, but one of those North Jersey towns has been dealing with pronounced concerns for more than a year.

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Jersey’s drought warning a problems for boaters and fishermen

With reservoir levels low, some fishermen may even have trouble launching their boats.

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Time to cut back on water! 14 NJ counties under drought warning

State environmental officials on Friday declared a drought warning for the first time in more than two decades for 14 northern and coastal counties after months of low rainfall and falling reservoir levels.

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NJ’s drought watch could soon be a drought warning: What does that mean?

With less than normal rainfall, reservoir and stream flow levels are dropping in most parts of the Garden state

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Are you wasting too much water? How to save NJ from severe shortage

New Jersey could really use a heavy dose of rainfall - more than one, actually - but for now, Garden State residents can make the most impact in the quest to conserve water and avert serious water shortage concerns in the future.

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