The first major winter storm of the year cripples the Garden State: THE LATEST
Officials are urging people to prepare for possible power outages and flooding.
Ahead of a major winter storm, communities at the Jersey Shore are bracing for a strong storm surge and the potential for flooding.
Gov. Chris Christie held a press briefing about the upcoming winter storm.
Some parts of New Jersey could get up to two feet of snow this weekend.
The weekend winter storm is expected to bring winds of 30 to 40 mph and snowfall up to a foot.
This weekend's winter storm could bring more than a foot of snow to parts of New Jersey.
A major snowstorm could hit New Jersey this coming weekend, with the potential to drop more than a foot of snow.
It's been a relatively mild winter so far, but a blast of cold air is expected, along with some snow.
The first snowfall of the winter season is expected Tuesday, but accumulations will be minor.
When the temperatures plummet, many New Jersey towns offer services through Code Blue programs.
Today Christie spoke about the status of Hurricane Joaquin in Sea Isle.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says that most of the heavy rain expected for New Jersey has already fallen.
Residents and emergency officials in Brigantine prepare for any flooding possibilities due to storms within the state.
Cifelli says that storm surge and strong winds could be a result from Joaquin.