The first accumulating snow of the year will impact the northern half of the state Thursday.
The BPU is taking official testimony and gauging the performance of the state's utilities at a series of public hearings.
Our spring nor'easter is slowly sliding away. The key word is "slowly," as it will be several hours yet before snow winds down across New Jersey.
Gov. Murphy spoke about conditions around the Garden State.
The last time snow convinced New Jersey officials to ban commercial vehicles on interstates was three years ago. It’s a tough call because parking big rigs means crucial cargo gets delayed.
Another wallop of heavy, wet powder threatened to down trees and clog rail lines.
If the forecast comes to fruition, it's a historic storm in a parade of nearly unprecedented March winter weather.
With the fourth nor’easter in a month looming, utility companies are under pressure to perform well after getting lambasted for letting power outages last for days after prior storms.
The forecast remains on track for a high-impact, long duration winter weather event.
Next week is an important one for the Garden State, as Gov. Murphy delivers his first budget address.
The president of the Board of Public Utilities says it can order utilities to follow certain procedures and protocols, and that may happen in the wake of these two storms.
Some are still without power as the winter storm comes to an end.
Monmouth County emergency services say the storm's impact is 'not so bad.'
It'll be a long night for snow crews, and an even longer dig out for Jersey City.
Four hundred to 500 JCP&L customers in Byram remain without power since last Friday’s nor’easter.