February 20, 2018Hanover Township Selected for 2017 Municipal Partner Economic Development Award
The Morris County Economic Development Corporation will hold its 26th Annual Partners in Economic Development Awards ...
February 20, 2018Completion of the Military Gallery at Washington’s Headquarters Museum also Unveiled for Presidents Day
The Morristown National Historical Park and the Washington Association of New Jersey ...
Sixth-Annual Morris County Public Safety Youth Academy — Apply Starting March 1
This uniquely designed Youth Academy program provides cadets with intensive, specially designed training and hands-on experience in the fields of Police, Fire, EMS, and Emergency Management. Class size is limited, and this 2018 class is expected to fill to capacity.
We anticipate that we will experience scattered snow showers tomorrow evening, Saturday Feb. 17th, with snow potentially continuing into early Sunday morning. Snow accumulations of 1-3” are anticipated, with the potential of up to 6” possible in certain areas which is dependent on the track of the low pressure system. If this system moves further south, snowfall accumulations in our area will be less.
Snow is on the way. The current data suggests that in addition to the snow, we will experience sleet and freezing rain. Snow is expected to arrive in time for the AM rush, quickly turning steady with some periods of moderate intensity. Based on the current temps, we are anticipating accumulation on all surfaces.
The Morris County Office of Emergency Management is monitoring the anticipated incoming snow for tomorrow, Wednesday Feb. 7, 2018. The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook. The current system is on track to bring some snow before it switches over to sleet, freezing rain, and plain rain in the afternoon. Snow will likely begin shortly after daybreak tomorrow, and will quickly become steady with some moderate bursts. Overall, we may see a snow accumulation of 1-3”.