If the forecast comes to fruition, it's a historic storm in a parade of nearly unprecedented March winter weather.
With the fourth nor’easter in a month looming, utility companies are under pressure to perform well after getting lambasted for letting power outages last for days after prior storms.
The forecast remains on track for a high-impact, long duration winter weather event.
Another snow storm is making its way to New Jersey, and it's working with plenty of moisture, so heavy snow capable of bringing down tree limbs and power lines is once again in the cards.
A powerful coastal storm will spin up and deepen well off the coast of the lower mid-Atlantic Monday, and swing just wide of our coastline to brush the state with a light snowfall Monday night.
The president of the Board of Public Utilities says it can order utilities to follow certain procedures and protocols, and that may happen in the wake of these two storms.
Some are still without power as the winter storm comes to an end.
Monmouth County emergency services say the storm's impact is 'not so bad.'
It'll be a long night for snow crews, and an even longer dig out for Jersey City.
Four hundred to 500 JCP&L customers in Byram remain without power since last Friday’s nor’easter.
Several inches of snow is expected to hit the Garden State.
Less than a week after a nor'easter cut power for thousands, another nor'easter is on the way and some still people still don't have power.
Another nor'easter arrives Tuesday and more snow is expected to a wider part of the state.
The nor'easter that brought March in like a lion is sliding away, but many across New Jersey will feel its impacts long after the last snowflakes and raindrops have fallen.
Coastal flooding remains the biggest, or second biggest impact of this storm.