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Significant Snowfall Coming to Morris County Says OEM


MORRIS COUNTY, NJ -  The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the pending storm scheduled forThursday, February 9, 2017.

The current forecast suggests that we will experience significant snowfall amounts which have the potential to cause travel delays on Thursday morning and afternoon. The data indicates a wintry mix is expected to approach the area between midnight and 1am-3am on Thursday, which is expected to change over to snow shortly after. In addition, the data suggests that snow will become heavy and continue through mid-morning with snowfall rates over 1” per hour, with the possibility of 2-3” per hour, depending on the storm track.

Current data shows that snow will diminish between 12pm-2pm on Thursday. We continue to see varying snowfall totals depending on which model you look at. However, the ranges are between 4-10” depending on your location within Morris County. This data may change as we get closer to the event.



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