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Update From TAPintoTravels Affiliates and ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt On the Impact of the Storm

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Winter Storm Riley still affecting Sussex County residents Credits: Jennifer Dericks
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TAPintoTravels and ESPN Talk Show Host Scott Van Pelt managed to make it their respective destination in Florida despite the weekend storm and its disruptions.  Scott described the storm damage to us (we traveled from our assignment in Ohio) And offered his advice for our return to NYC.

TAPintoTravels kept up to date with the storm aftermath just like you did.  We followed it through our local affiliates’ reporting. 

We saved those links and they might be a helpful link for you to have.  They give valuable information on your community and others.  It is also reassuring to know that we are all in it together.

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Now, if you are just bored, you can view Scott’s views on sports here.  If you would rather hear Scott’s favorite travel destination, see this video.  If you want to know what Scott is doing down in Florida instead of freezing his bum off back home, watch this clip.

Here is the coverage across TAPinto Country.

JCP&L Continues to Make Repairs to System Following Devastating Winter Storm that Impacted Entire Mid-Atlantic and New England Region

Bernards Township Schools Closed on Monday; Power Outages and Road Closings Continue on Sunday

Persistent Power Outages Close Newton Schools on Monday, 21,541 People in the Dark In Sussex County

Post-Storm Update for Montville Township

JCP&L Storm Response Slammed by Hunterdon Freeholder Director Holt

Here's Where to Get Free Ice & Water If Your JCP&L Electric Service Has Not Been Restored

Helicopters Summoned as 2,500+ in Roxbury Remain Without Electricity

Hunterdon Opens Shelter, Warns of 'Long Duration Event'

Morris Residents Without Power: Extremely Important To Report Your Outage

Power Restoration to the Morristown Area May Take Another 3 Days, Say Officials

Nor’easter Update: Crews Continue to Work on Restoring Power to Warren and Somerset County; Water, Warming and WIFI Available

TAPintoTravels will be testing out all our skills today when we attempt to return to NYC from our latest remote assignment.  As a referral, we use this advice from an article of ours.

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