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Parts of New Jersey Could See Up to Four Inches of Snow

Look for two to four inches along the eastern half of the Expressway, down into Cape May, Cumberland and Atlantic counties.

Storm Causes Flooding, Beach Erosion at Jersey Shore

Sea Bright experienced flooding that closed roadways and Manasquan lost sand that was part of a beach replenishment project.

More Snow on the Way for Saturday

NJTV News Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts snow, mainly in Central and South Jersey, for Saturday.

A Taste of Winter: Two Shots of Snow Through the Weekend

NJTV News Meteorologist John Cifelli says up to three inches of snow could fall in parts of New Jersey Friday into Saturday.

Arctic Chill Today, First Widespread Snow Friday Night

Temperatures will dip to the teens and single digits with wind chills below zero before the state sees snow Friday night into Saturday.

NJ Transit Prepares for Winter Weather

All NJ Transit locomotives have snowblowers and the agency has two snow jet blowers, powered by the engine from a B-52 bomber. Staff members have also winterized equipment.

Officials Outline Flood Mitigation Plan for Rahway River Basin

The Rahway River Basin runs through 24 municipalities in Union, Essex and Middlesex counties, threatening homes and businesses when heavy rain falls as happened during Irene. The Army Corps of Engineers has a plan to help prevent flooding.

Hermine Meanders Closer to New Jersey

Hermine's impact will remain confined to New Jersey's coast.

Jersey Shore Dodges Worst of Hermine

A sigh of relief along the Jersey Shore as Hermine weakened to a post-tropical cyclone and skirted eastward, out to sea.

Hermine Hurts Jersey Shore Business

Businesses at the Jersey Shore haven't had the traffic of a typical Labor Day weekend because of Hermine, which caused Gov. Christie to declare a state of emergency for Atlantic, Cape May and Ocean counties.