Governor Phil Murphy has issued a State of Emergency for New Jersey ahead of a winter storm set to impact the tri-state area tonight (January 6) through Friday morning (January 7).

The National Weather Service has reported that portions of  New Jersey will see a total snow accumulation of 3 to 6 inches with hazardous conditions impacting the morning commute.

“We’re closely monitoring the upcoming winter weather. With snow and high winds in the forecast, we urge all New Jerseyans to stay off the roads, stay home, and stay safe,” Murphy shared to Facebook.

Click below to get updates from the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management.

☃ Below is latest forecast for the snow event expected overnight into Friday morning. The southern end of the state is...

Posted by New Jersey Office of Emergency Management on Thursday, January 6, 2022

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