Blizzard bears down on N.J. with snow, sleet, rain, gusty winds

It’s here.

A late-winter nor’easter that’s on the verge of turning into a fierce blizzard is bearing down on New Jersey this morning, dumping snow, sleet and rain across the state and blasting the region with strong wind gusts.

The storm, fueled by large amounts of moisture flowing up from the Gulf of Mexico, started moving into South Jersey at about 10 p.m. Monday and began dropping snow in central and northern counties a few hours before sunrise Tuesday.

As of 5 a.m. Tuesday, nearly 6 inches of snow was reported in parts of Sussex County, including Wantage. Light snow was falling …read more

Source: Sussex

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