The cost of the forecast gone wrong. The snow's winners and losers. Getting the region back in motion. Digging out on Long Island. And the role of social media, snow or no.
Although the winter storm didn't bring the amount expected, it still crippled travel.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says computer models used to forecast the weather are very complex and not exact.
Long Island was hit harder than New Jersey by Winter Storm Juno.
While many kept home by the winter storm kept their electricity, Facebook and Instagram went down.
Members of the Belmar DPW were out in force to clear the streets.
Meteorologist John Cifelli explains why forecasts got it wrong for the Blizzard of 2015.
A state of emergency in advance of a monster snow storm. But wind, not snow, is worrying utilities. Transit takes a snow day, along with schools and businesses. And will beaches withstand the storm?
Meteorologist John Cifelli says heavy snow will be regionalized in bands throughout New Jersey.
The weather conditions from Winter Storm Juno raise concerns about possible beach erosion and flooding.
NJTV News Correspondent Michael Hill says Westchester Medical Center has several days worth of supplies and the White Plains Department of Public Works has 100 workers on hand to clear the roads.
Meteorologist John Cifelli narrows down the timing for snowfall with this major winter storm.
Gov. Christie gave a briefing about Winter Storm Juno and what to expect.