Monday, March 18, 2013
Very little accumulation expected
After snow covered the ground on Saturday night the start to this week looks to bring more frozen precipitation to our area but not enough to stick to the roads or the grass. The National Weather Service is predicting a mix of ran and snow before 4 p.m. today before shifting to a frozen concoction of snow and sleet until around 5 p.m. The mixture is then expected to shift back to ran and snow heading into the evening hours and all rain at night. Today's high temperature will only be around 38 degrees according to the weather service and the low of 37 will not feel much cooler. The forecast for Tuesday calls for more showers early in the morning before the sun pushes through the clouds for a high near 48 degrees. Tuesday night will be …
Saturday, February 9, 2013
See how many inches have fallen with the LIVE map below.
The map above, provided by the National Weather Service, shows snowfall in the past 24 hours. It is updated every six hours. This is not a map showing overall snow depth; it only tracks the amount of snow that has fallen in the past day.
Friday, January 20, 2012
The National Weather Service is calling for snow in our area.
Monmouth County residents could see wintry weather over the next 48 hours, and for the first time since October 2011 it could cover the ground. The National Weather Service in Mount Holly issued a Winter weather warning for the area, beginning with rain and sleet tonight and very early Saturday morning and quickly turning to snow. One to three inches of snow are expected to accumulate, varying throughout the region. The snow will mix in with rain and sleet and "spread over the region" Saturday morning. But the snow may not last on the ground for very long; the weather service is calling for rising temperatures by Sunday, which will turn snow into rain. The National Weather Service says a Winter weather advisory means travelers should …
Friday, October 28, 2011
Meteorologists say coast won't get hit with as much snow as north Jersey, but could see flurries.
An autumn storm packing winter power is tracking up the east coast, and while Ocean and Monmouth counties are expected to get mostly rain, the shore may see a few snow flurries Saturday night. Meteorologist Valerie Meola of the National Weather Service's Mount Holly office said a nor'easter-like system will hit the area before 6 a.m. Saturday. "In most coastal areas, we'll see rain," she said, "but there may be a few flakes that mix in," especially as temperatures drop into the low 30s Saturday night. The NWS has also issued a coastal flood advisory for the area Saturday, as storm conditions may combine with unusually high tides to push water into low-lying areas along New Jersey's bays and oceanfront. The same storm may dump up to a few …
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
The vocal public hearing on an ordinance that requires homeowners to remove snow from their sidewalks caused the Little Silver council to table the issue.
Little Silver citizens packed the mayor and council meeting Monday, April 4, to voice their opinion on a snow removal ordinance that requires all homeowners with sidewalks on their property to clear at least two feet of snow from the sidewalk within 24 hours of snowfall, or be served a fine. The ordinance further stipulates that an additional 48 hours of time will be added if the weather conditions are severe enough for a State of Emergency. If the resident refuses to clear their sidewalk of snowfall or salt it when it becomes icy, the ordinance claims the owner will be “subject to a fine of $50 upon first offense, plus court costs and $200 for each subsequent offense.” If the property is of a non-residential building the cost of the fine…