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Weather 1-18-14

The weather team has informed us that we can expect rain after 8am this morning. The temps will range 25-32 at the onset so we may see a bit of icing. By 11am the temps should go into the mid-30s. Rainfall could top 1.00”.  Please be careful for Hydroplaning if you are driving. This occurs when a layer of water builds between the wheels of the vehicle and the road surface, leading to a loss of traction that prevents the vehicle from responding to control inputs.

SLOW DOWN!

Stay Safe!


Weather Update 1-8-15

We are monitoring the possibility of a few light snow showers and flurries between 4-10am tomorrow. At this time the accumulation amount should be fairly light, less than 1/2". Winds are anticipated to be fairly strong during the night tonight and through tomorrow, with winds in the 15-20 mph range with gusts 30-35 mph so most of the snow may just blow off the roads (we hope).

Have a great day


Weather Update 1-6-15

The snow is expected shortly. Please adjust your schedule to leave extra time for your commute. We expect that roadways will likely cover as a result of the low temps. Steady light snow is expected throughout the morning before is tapers back to flurries and scattered snow showers.

Stay warm and be safe!


Weather update 1-5-15

The weather team informs us that we can expect light snow tomorrow morning (Tuesday) with intermittent snow throughout the day until it diminishes to flurries by the evening. Accumulations are estimated at a half inch to 1 inch with the most across the higher terrain. We do expect the snow to stick to the pavement as road temps stay below freezing.

Have a great day. Stay warm and be safe!


Weather update 12-9-14

We are experiencing areas of freezing rain and sleet currently across mainly northern and western portions of Morris County. This could continue at times through 8-9am before the warmer temps pushes northwest and changes all areas over to just rain. Rain should then change back over to snow after about 2am Wednesday, and snow should continue at times through Wednesday before ending Wednesday night. Up to 1-2 inches of snow accumulation could occur with this, with the highest amounts across northern areas.

Stay Warm!


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