Friday, March 8, 2013
National Weather Service says Saturday should be sunny with temperatures near 51 degrees.
It appears that the mix of rain and snow falling on Parsippany has eased at least for now, but the National Weather's winter storm warning remains in effect until 4 p.m. for Morris County. The NWS forecast calls for an accumulation of about 4-6 inches when the winter storm that began late Thursday finishes. Temperatures are expected to remain in the mid-30s with potential gusts of up to 30 mph. Tomorrow, expect melting: The NWS predicts temps may rise above 50 with sunny skies. In other words, hang on a little longer, Parsippany. It looks like spring will be here sooner rather than later. But for now, continued caution is recommended for motorists and pedestrians.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Up to 16 inches of accumulated snow predicted in some areas of Morris County.
As the nor'easter makes its way to the region, the Morris County Office of Emergency Management is keeping a close watch over the pending storm and warning residents to prepare. According to Jeffrey Paul, director of the Morris County OEM, snow will be scattered and light until Friday evening. "We are gearing up for additional snow, sleet and ice accumulations which will become steadier and heavier towards Friday evening as the colder air moves in resulting in the bulk of the anticipated snow accumulations," he said. "Forecasts suggest that this will be a long duration and intense storm which will likely last over a 24-hour time frame." The National Weather Service predicted between 10 and 16 inches of snow in Morris, Sussex and Warren …
Monday, January 28, 2013
Monday is expected to feature a wintry mix with little snow accumulation, but potentially slippery roads.
The Parsippany Police Department is warning motorists to drive with caution Monday: A National Weather Service winter weather advisory is in effect until 5 a.m. Tuesday for the area. On Monday, the NWS is calling for light snow in the morning that will turn to freezing rain and rain for the afternoon hours. There is also the possibility of freezing drizzle in the evening. We can expect about an inch of snow accumulation along with some ice. A police statement cautions drivers to be careful, as untreated roads may become slippery, especially bridges and other elevated surfaces. The New Jersey AAA Auto Club in Florham Park recommends a number to tips for those who need to be on the roads during the wintry mix:
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Several inches of snow cover most of North Jersey on Saturday.
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Saturday, December 29, 2012
A winter storm expected to produce up to 5 inches of snow moved through the region Saturday. A winter weather advisory was issued for all of North Jersey until Sunday morning. What does it look like in your neighborhood? Let us know in the comments and upload photos of your own. This article is posted on Patch sites in Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex and Warren counties.