WARREN, NJ - Based on a conference call with Gov. Christie this morning with Warren's elected officials and others around the state, we are going to get up to 24 inches of snow in Central NJ, and the northern area is going to get up to 18 inches. The DOT has 3800 pieces of equipment out on the roads, BUT WE ARE URGED TO STAY OFF THE ROADS, let the DOT do its job. 
Snow in the south is falling at a rate of 1-3 inches per hour, there will be a TV/Press briefing by the Governor at 11:15 this morning. 
Repair crews cannot go out with Bucket trucks in winds over 40 mph and at this point there are gusts in the south of 55 mph, steady winds at 35 miles per hr.
So far there are no power outages in Warren. Stay safe and warm.