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NJTV News Weather: Up to Six Inches of Snow Expected Saturday into Sunday

Meteorologist John Cifelli expects the northern part of New Jersey to get the most snow with less the farther south you go.

Frigid Temperatures Can Lead to Burst Pipes

The cold temperatures New Jersey has experienced has led to more frozen and bursting pipes for homeowners.

NJTV News Weather: Bitter Cold Followed By Snow for the Weekend

Meteorologist John Cifelli says wind chills Friday morning will feel like 10 to 15 degrees below zero and the next snowfall on Saturday will bring one to five inches to New Jersey.

NJTV News Weather: Prepare for Potentially Record Breaking Cold

Meteorologist John Cifelli expects temperatures to plummet once again Thursday and Friday with the possibility of a snow coating for Thursday morning's commute.

Meteorologist John Cifelli: Snow, More Record Breaking Cold in the Forecast

Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts accumulating snow Monday night and says record breaking cold like New Jersey experienced last night will likely return at the end of the week.

How to Stay Safe in Extremely Cold Weather

When wind chills reach subzero temperatures, it's important to know how to keep from getting frostbite and hypothermia.

NJTV News Weather: NJ Sees Record Lows, Next Snow to Fall Monday Night

Meteorologist John Cifelli says New Jersey has seen record low temperatures and will get more accumulating snow Monday into Tuesday.

NJTV News Weather: Next Snowfall Expected Monday Night Into Tuesday

Meteorologist John Cifelli expects bitter cold temperatures Sunday and Monday with the next snow event beginning Monday night.

NJTV News Weather: Updated Forecast for Valentine’s Day Snow

Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts much of New Jersey will see between one and four inches of snow, with five to eight inches possible in some areas.

NJTV News Weather: Bitter Cold, Blowing Snow Likely for Valentine’s Day Weekend

Meteorologist John Cifelli says to expect very low temperatures and possible blizzard conditions this weekend.