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Good morning,

The weather team informs that we will have long duration weather event this week. We will potentially experience numerous small and intermittent periods of snow. Total snow accumulations: 1-3 inches through Tuesday, with an additional 0.5-1 inch possible on Wednesday by noon.

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Good morning,

Snow is ongoing in portions of the County at this time. The temperatures have dropped and we are seeing accumulations develop on some roadways. Snow is anticipated to be moderate this morning with the potential that the morning commute will be impacted.

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While you are sleeping, the Morris County Road Crews will be out on the roadways making them safe. The weather team has indicated that we may see some snow overnight. Accumulations range from1.5 to 3.5" with the higher accumulations on the colder surfaces. Paved surfaces should see less. Snow is expected in the area of 12-2am with continued accumulations into the AM commute. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good afternoon,

The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Northern New Jersey. The current data suggests that the combination of heavy rain and continuing snow melt may lead to some poor drainage with potential flooding. Dense fog is also possible, especially this afternoon and evening. Rainfall total have been estimated at 0.50 - 1.00". While these amounts would not normally be a concern, the rainfall on top of the recent snow melt may create issues. Please be mindful of storm drains that are blocked by snow piles which could potentially create roadway ponding and flooding.

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A big thank you to our Public Works staff who are still at work making our roads safe!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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