Murphy declared the emergency late Tuesday and it took effect at 5 a.m. Wednesday.
The wet and windy official start of winter left people looking for cover.
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Despite the rain, the county’s beach badge sales for the summer were more than $19 million, which is about the same amount as last year’s sales.
The lucky ones escaped with just a mess on their hands. Some residents say there has been no immediate help from local or state agencies.
The nor'easter is expected to produce high winds, rain, snow and coastal flooding across the Garden State.
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Meteorologist John Cifelli expects most of New Jersey to get between four and eight inches of snow.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says that storm winds are going down but there is a chance for possible snow Wednesday.
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New Jersey State Climatologist David Robinson says the storm is expected to continue through Thursday with possible snow and freezing rain.
The storm on Tuesday is expected to bring about two inches of rain along with strong winds.
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Morris County OEM Director Jeff Paul says the county is under a flood warning until 1 a.m. Friday.
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