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Monday morning winter storm forecast (Dan Zarrow, Townsquare Media)
Monday morning winter storm forecast (Dan Zarrow, Townsquare Media)
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Snow has begun; blizzard warning tonight

Our first major winter storm of the season is expected to bury New Jersey in snow tonight, with up to 2 feet of accumulation expected under blizzard conditions.

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An electronic sign warns of the snow storm on I-195
An electronic sign warns of the snow storm on I-195 (NJ DOT)
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Commuters, road crews prepare for snow storm

Commuters, transit agencies and road crews are gearing up for the major snowstorm expected to hit New Jersey on Monday night and Tuesday.

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Latest forecast on the blizzard conditions expected for New Jersey on January 26-27, 2015 (Dan Zarrow, Townsquare Media)
Latest forecast on the blizzard conditions expected for New Jersey on January 26-27, 2015 (Dan Zarrow, Townsquare Media)
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Blizzard warning Monday night: over 2 feet of snow expected

A potentially historic winter storm is shaping up for New Jersey, with upwards of 2 to 3 feet of snow, whiteout conditions, and coastal flooding expected.

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Major winter storm likely Monday night: double-digit snowfall expected

Our first major winter storm of the season is likely Monday night, with the potential to bring very heavy snow and blizzard conditions to New Jersey.

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Following several inches of snowfall across New Jersey overnight, the cleanup begins.  (Dan Zarrow photo)
Following several inches of snowfall across New Jersey overnight, the cleanup begins. (Dan Zarrow photo)
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Winter storm continues as snow changes to rain

While New Jersey’s heaviest snow finished falling overnight, wet and icy conditions will last all day Saturday.

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Winter Weather Forecast for January 23-24, 2015 from Meteorologist Dan Zarrow
Winter Weather Forecast for January 23-24, 2015 from Meteorologist Dan Zarrow
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Snow and ice overnight, snow and rain for Saturday

A coastal storm system will bring a variety of wintry weather impacts to New Jersey Friday night and Saturday, ranging from snow to ice to rain.

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A bird inside a backyard feeder in Howell
A bird inside a backyard feeder in Howell (John Napoli @MonmouthWeather via Twitter)
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We may be in for a snowy Saturday

While snowfall from Wednesday’s clipper system was limited to the southern half of New Jersey, a weekend storm looks to bring rain and accumulating snow to the entire state.

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Snow falls in Manchester on Route 70 at Route 539 on Wednesday afternoon
Snow falls in Manchester on Route 70 at Route 539 on Wednesday afternoon (NJ DOT)
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Snow slows drivers on afternoon commute

Drivers are taking it slower on the roads as snow begins to fall across New Jersey.

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VOTE: Do you rush to the supermarket at the threat of a snowstorm?

There are two types of people - those who rush to the supermarket for bread and milk upon hearing a snowstorm in the weather forecast, and those who have already had their pantry filled to the brim in case of an emergency.

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Snow is now accumulating rapidly on the median of the NJ Turnpike near exit 1.  (NJ Turnpike web cam photo)
Snow is now accumulating rapidly on the median of the NJ Turnpike near exit 1. (NJ Turnpike web cam photo)
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Bands of heavy snow could impact evening commute

Several inches of snow accumulation are expected in Central and South Jersey, and bands of moderate to heavy snow could make for a challenging evening commute.

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