As of Wednesday evening, a state police ban on commercial trucks on major interstates was still in effect.
Gov. Murphy says public safety is top priority when deciding on states of emergency.
The winter storm is winding down Tuesday evening after having thrown the kitchen sink at New Jersey during the day.
Of course, for New Jersey and the rest of the mid-Atlantic, the devil is always in the detail of how quickly this transition from frozen precipitation to rain occurs.
Temperatures will be in the 30s and 40s through Sunday morning, but once the front passes, temperatures will drop as quickly as a degree every 10 minutes. By mid afternoon we will be in the teens and ...
Snow and sleet should accumulate up to 12 inches in the northernmost parts of the state. Look for 3-6 inches in central New Jersey and the northern parts of Philadelphia and New York.
New Jersey has had plenty of moisture and plenty of cold, but not a lot of significant snow events over the last two months. That's slated to change in dramatic fashion this weekend, with a ...
To avert a repeat crisis, whether natural or man-made, Baraka’s soliciting input and outlining an emergency response plan to minimize future gridlock.
Just about every part of the state was hit with some snow and high winds plus freezing temperatures.
New Jersey has some pipes that date back to the Civil War, an infrastructure so compromised that NJ loses 130 million gallons of treated water every day.
A very powerful storm is climbing the eastern seaboard and will bring with it bands of snow and record cold.
When the winter storm started, Jersey City deployed roughly 80 public works crews to hit the streets, plowing and spreading more than 6,000 tons of salt.
Parts of Morris County saw more than a foot of snow, leaving some stuck in their vehicles and others forced to extend hotel stays.
The storm veered inland where high snow totals made for heavy lifting in northwestern parts of the state. Delivering to the Northeast not much snow but stinging sleet and icy slush. Putting salt ...
Areas of the Jersey Shore saw mainly sleet and freezing rain instead of heavy snow that was originally expected. There was some flooding and power outages but no major property damage and no injuries ...