2.8" Expected for Saturday Afternoon; West Essex Area Weather for Feb. 14


Updated as of 4:23 p.m. Friday 

The current temperature is 38° ~ Wind chill: 30°

West Essex Area Closings 
For a full list see TAP's article: West Essex Area Closings and Cancellations for Thursday and Friday 
 

Governor Chris Christie's State of Emergency and Essex County's Emergency Order remain in effect. 

SATURDAY

The temperature drops throughout the day
  • High: 39° ~ Wind chill: 31°
    12pm to 5pm
     
  • Low:  28° ~ Wind chill: 24°
    11pm to 12am
  • 5pm to 9pm
    BREEZY: 8-13 mph, Gentle breeze
     
  • 9pm to 12am 
    BREEZY: 6–7 mph, Light breeze 
  • Mostly Sunny 
  • Sunset: 5:30 p.m. 


 
Radar as of 2:10 Friday  Credit: Wunderground
 
  • All seems clear 
FORECAST
February 15
  • Low:   25°
    High:  31° ~ Wind chill: 22°
     
  • 6am to 9am
    Heavy Fog
    46% 
    scattered chance of Snow 
    New Accumulation: 0.1" by 7am
     
  • 9am to 6pm
    65% increasing to 78% likely chance of Snow
    New Accumulation: 1.1" by 1pm  ~ Total Accumulation: 1.2" by 1pm
     
  • 6pm to 9pm
    40% scattered chance of Snow
    New Accumulation: 1.5" by 7pm   ~ Total Accumulation: 2.7" by 7pm 
    New Accumulation: 0.1" by 11pm ~ Total Accumulation: 2.8" by 11pm 
February 16
The temperature drops throughout the day
  • High:  25° ~ Wind chill: 14°
    Low:   17° ~ Wind chill:  4°
     
  • All seems clear
February 17
  • Low:   11° ~ Wind chill:   -1°
    High:  25° ~ Wind chill:  19°
     
  • 6pm to 12am
    34% widely scattered chance of Snow
February 18
  • Low:   21° ~ Wind chill:  12°
    High:  40° ~ Wind chill:  35°
     
  • 12am to 12pm
    55% decreasing to 45% scattered chance of Snow
February 19
  • Low:   28° ~ Wind chill:  22°
    High:  45° 
     
  • All seems clear
February 20
  • Low:   30° ~ Wind chill:  25°
    High:  47° 
     
  • All seems clear
Update from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National Weather Service station located in Fairfield's Essex County Airport.  
 

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