Snow will move into the area overnight tonight and continue through the morning rush hour. Total snow accumulation is expected to be approximately 1 inch.

The second storm will move in late Saturday evening and continue through Sunday evening. Total snow accumulation is expected to be 3 – 6 inches. Snow will mix with rain and freezing rain on Sunday which can cause a layer of ice up to ¼ inch thick. Temperatures rapidly will drop into the single digits and in some areas below zero Sunday night. This will cause a rapid freeze up of all untreated areas. The Monday morning commute will be extremely hazardous.

As with most storms of this magnitude, the changeover to rain, when and if it happens will determine the snowfall amounts. If the changeover is delayed, snowfall amounts of up to 10 inches are possible, whereas if the changeover occurs faster, snowfall amounts of approximately 3 inches is more likely.

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Winds will be 5-10 MPH with gusts up to 15 MPH.

Heavy wet snow and ice may cause downed trees and power lines.

Report power outages to the following numbers:

PSEG: 1-800-436-7734

Fair Lawn Emergency Management will continue to monitor this situation and issue additional bulletins as necessary.