If you’re wondering why most of New Jersey hasn’t gotten any any snow in all of November and so far in December, there are no mysterious forces at play.
Most sections of New Jersey normally get their first taste of snow on Dec. 7 or later, according to statistics from the National Weather Service and New Jersey State Climatologist David Robinson, whose office is based at Rutgers University.
A few places, like the northern hilly areas of Sussex County, usually see their first measurable snow — 0.1 inches or more — by Dec. 2. And some, like the Charlotteburg area of …read more
Source: NJ.com Sussex