Madison Largely Untouched by Blizzard of 2015

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Credits: Jacquie Dinsmore
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MADISON, NJ — Madison got about 3 inches of snow accumulation last night, compared to the 20 to 30 inches that officials had warned of, when the “potentially historic” storm that forecasters had predicted turned out to be an average snowstorm, at least in Madison.

The National Weather Service now predicts that Madison will get 2-4 inches of snow over the course of Tuesday.

A state travel ban has been lifted as of 7:45 a.m., but NJ Transit services remain suspended. A winter storm warning is in effect until midnight.

All non-essential borough offices will be closed Tuesday.  The public session of the Regular Meeting will convene at 8 p.m. in Hartley Dodge Memorial. The meeting was scheduled for Monday night but had been postponed.

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