WARREN, NJ - Snow is intensifying and accumulating. Hillcrest Road, Warrenville Road, and Washington Avenue north of U S Route 22 are closed due to severe weather conditions, police advised on Wednesday afternoon.
Warren Township Schools, all sending districts to Watchung Hills Regional High School and WHRHS will have a 2-hour delayed opening, March 22, 2018, due to inclement weather and poor road conditions
In Green Brook, GBEAF Before Care Program is CANCELED and IEF concert is cancelled and will be on Friday for all parents. In Warren, AM preschool is cancelled. Conditions will be monitored overnight and into the early morning hours. Any further changes to operating status will be communicated in the morning.
At 5 p.m. Watchung Borough announced:
Toby is alive and well.
This storm has not yet peaked - the latest County update is predicting possible 13".
Roads, especially the side roads are becoming hazardous. Hillcrest Road is now closed.
The plows are out - please stay off the roads, unless necessary for emergency response.
Keep your phones charged, and the utility numbers handy.
NJ Transit is operating its Severe Weather Schedule Level 1 on its rail system as significant heavy, wet snow accumulation is expected throughout the state, the website says. Cross-honoring is in effect on NJ TRANSIT rail, light rail, private bus carriers and PATH at Newark, Hoboken and 33rd St. in New York.
NJ Transit suspended bus service statewide at 3 p.m. today, Wednesday, March 21. Cross-honoring in effect. For more information, visit NJ Transit.
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