We’ll see some of this morning’s impacts of the storm from our zone, but it is anticipated that South Jersey will be one area where snow could be accumulating on Monday in its entirety.
When I cannot get to work due to the storm or my boss tells me I don’t need to come, does the emergency declaration give me the opportunity to argue that I should be paid?
The coldest conditions were in the north on Sunday morning, with temperatures noticeably below freezing, with wind gusts reaching up to 50 degrees.
New Jersey governor Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency for five counties in which a winter storm warning is in effect.
If conditions worsen and conditions deteriorate and public safety grounds require restrictions, officials will caution the public “using all available means, including, but not limited to: the Emergency Alert System, urgent press releases, DOT highway signs, and law enforcement teletypes.”
As of 9 p.m. on Tuesday night, counties in the Atlantic, Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland and Ocean counties faced a state of emergency.
Up to 2 inches of snow are possible, and floods are expected across the southern counties.
This system will also provide heavy rains to coasts and valleys, some of which could be vulnerable to flash flooding in isolated regions.