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NOT OVER YET: Snow Ready To Slam New Jersey, Pennsylvania Once Again

NOT OVER YET: Snow Ready To Slam New Jersey, Pennsylvania Once Again

The National Weather Service In Mount Holly has issued a winter storm warning for heavy snow across much of New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania.

The warning is in effect from 8 p.m Sunday until noon Monday.

Snow Accumulation in the Jersey Shore - including Ocean City - could be as high as 6 to 8 inches, while other areas of southern, central and northern New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania could get up to 4 inches. 

Winds are expected to come from the northeast at 5 To 15 mph wiith gusts up to 25 Mph. 

At the start of a snow storm, salt and sanding vehicles will be dispatched on major roadways, such as the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey and Pennsylvania turnpikes.

After the snow has stopped and it has been determined that accumulations have exceeded 5", townships such as Berkeley will begin to snow plow

Berkeley will utilize approximately 70 pieces of township equipment and approximately 30 contracted loaders for cul-de-sacs. All streets are opened curb to curb to insure the drains are opened. Sanding and salting operations continue as needed. 


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