STATE – Light snow started falling in time for the morning commute, but New Jersey Transit was not reporting delays on most train and bus lines.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for most New Jersey counties. Snowfall totals are projected to range between 1-4 inches for much of the state, with northern counties expecting more than the southern half of the state.
Additional State Police personnel have been deployed throughout the Garden State to assist in traffic management as well as assist motorists in distress. New Jersey has activated the State Emergency Operations Center), located at New Jersey State Police Headquarters in West Trenton.
Snow showers are possible tomorrow and another storm could be on the way next week, arriving Tuesday or Wednesday.
Woodbridge’s Office of Emergency Management reminds residents and business owners that vehicles must be removed from township streets designated as Snow Emergency Routes in order to keep the streets open for plowing and snow removal operations should it become necessary over the next 24-36 hours. Parking prohibitions will remain in effect until the street has been plowed and on-street parking will not interfere with the normal flow of traffic.
To assist plowing and snow removal efforts throughout Woodbridge, residents are encouraged to park vehicles in driveways and off streets wherever possible. Residents are reminded to not push snow into plowed streets and asked to uncover fire hydrants that may be located on or near residential property.
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