RANDOLPH, NJ- The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Morris County. At this time, it appears that rain will be with us for the remainder of the evening. The forecast data suggests that some mixing of snow/sleet could be possible after midnight tonight, changing to all snow between 12-3am across the entire county. It looks like west/north parts of the county should change over to snow between 12-2am with east/south areas of the county changing over closer to 1-3am.
Snow should end across the county from west to east between 7-9am Wednesday morning. Snowfall amounts are expected to be around 1-2”, mostly on grassy surfaces with isolated 3” amounts in the higher elevations of western/northern areas of the county.
Roads should see a slushy 0.5” accumulation in most areas, but some spots north/west could see up to 1” on pavements if it snows hard enough in a 3 hour window.