The winter storm that hit New Jersey Thursday brought intense snow that closed schools and government offices and made travel on roads difficult.
Many schools and government offices are closed and travel could be difficult.
New Jersey is in for a significant snowfall, particularly in the northern part of the state.
Near-record high temperatures Wednesday could lead to heavy snow Thursday.
Snow totals will be an inch or two but roads could be slippery Tuesday afternoon.
Look for 2-4 inches along the eastern half of the Expressway, down into Cape May, Cumberland and Atlantic counties.
Sea Bright experienced flooding that closed roadways and Manasquan lost sand that was part of beach replenishment.
NJTV News Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts snow, mainly in Central and South Jersey, for Saturday.
NJTV News Meteorologist John Cifelli says up to three inches of snow could fall in parts of NJ Friday into Saturday.
Temperatures will dip even further before the state sees snow Friday night into Saturday.
The agency has two snow jet blowers, powered by the engine from a B-52 bomber.
The Rahway River Basin runs through Union, Essex and Middlesex counties, threatening homes and businesses.
Hermine's impact will remain confined to New Jersey's coast.
A sigh of relief along the Jersey Shore as Hermine weakened to a post-tropical cyclone and skirted eastward, out to sea.
Gov. Christie to declare a state of emergency for Atlantic, Cape May and Ocean counties hurting businesses at the shore.