Ten days after a storm caused major damage in the southern part of the state, people are still picking up the pieces.
Three days after severe weather hit South Jersey, life hasn't gotten completely back to normal for residents.
A storm line that blew through Tuesday caused damage and left thousands in the dark.
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Findings from a new Rutgers University climate change study supports previous research that shows a link between the rapidly warming Arctic and an increase in ...
NOAA's Climate Prediction Center says the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season will likely be below-normal.
The first day of spring snowfall will bring a coating to six inches of snow to New Jersey, according to John Cifelli.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects accumulating snow Friday, but much of it should melt Saturday.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects New Jersey to see snow Friday, the first official day of spring.
If legislators approve Gov. Christie's proposed budget, the funds available for snow removal will be nearly cut in half.
Mechanics say the acidic compounds in brine can corrode cars even faster than rock salt, costing Americans about $6.5 million in repairs.
The latest winter storm caused headaches on New Jersey roadways and delays and cancellations at the airport.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says most of New Jersey got between six and eight inches of snow. The state will see very low temperatures Friday, but they will increase for next week.
Companies that provide snow removal are happy when the snow comes, while others see fewer customers.
Meteorologist John Cifelli reports from New Brunswick during Thursday's snowfall.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects snow totals to be on the high end with this latest winter storm.