NJ SHARES President and CEO Jim Jacob says the organization is a safety net for residents throughout the state who cannot afford to pay their utility bills.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says 1-3 inches of snow may be possible for New Jersey this week.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says a mid-March storm Sunday night could bring snow, mainly in South Jersey.
The high number of storms this winter have drained municipal budgets for snow removal.
Meteorologist John Cifelli said that even though it is now the start of March, there is still a chance for snowfall next week.
Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts southern NJ will get 5-10 inches, but north of 78 will get a coating to 2 inches.
Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts six to 10 inches for South Jersey with less falling north.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says that snowfall will be the heaviest overnight Sunday into Monday morning with accumulations varying throughout New Jersey.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says single digits return before a storm that could bring significant snow accumulation.
Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts light snow and returning cold for New Jersey.
When ice and snow build up on roofs, there is a greater potential for collapse.
After Roselle's mayor made a call they recieved salt. But many are having trouble replenishing their supply.
Municipalities have dangerously low salt supplies after getting more snow than usual.
State Climatologist David Robinson said that this winter is in ninth place in terms of snowfall, based on 120 years of state records.
Meteorologist Cifelli expects up to 4" of snow during morning commute on Tues., making it difficult and dangerous.