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STORM WATCH: Nor’easter brings rain, snow & wind; state of emergency declared for parts of the state

Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says that while some areas of the state could see some snow, this storm will not be a snow event for the Garden State.

News 12 Staff

Mar 13, 2023, 11:13 AM

Updated 490 days ago

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Programming Note: News 12 New Jersey will be LIVE Tuesday at 4:30 a.m. showing you the forecast outlook and conditions on the roads. Stay safe. 
A nor’easter storm will make New Jersey cold, dreary and wet for the next few days.
A state of emergency has been issued for Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and Warren counties.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says that while some areas of the state could see some snow, this storm will not be a snow event for the Garden State.
WHAT’S NEXT: Rain and wind will be the major impact of this storm. Curren says the rainy conditions are expected to last into Wednesday. He says there will be a 36-48 hour stretch of rainy and breezy weather across most of the state.
The roads will be wet and there is the potential for large puddles to form. Drivers should use caution. Snow is possible in areas of the state in higher elevations. Coastal flooding is possible, but Curren says it is unlikely.
TUESDAY: Rain, wind and some snow. Daytime highs around 40 degrees. Overnight lows around 33
WEDNESDAY: Clouds and wind. Rain moves out. Daytime highs around 45. Overnight lows around 30.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny skies return. Temperatures mild in the mid-50s. Overnight lows around 28.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy with temperatures in the upper-50s. Overnight lows around 38.


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