November 7 & 8, 2012 Nor’easter (Athena)

Per the National Weather Service: A low pressure system off the Mid-Atlantic coast will continue to strengthen as it moves north on Wednesday, bringing rain, snow, and/or a mixture of precipitation to areas across the northern Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, as well as wind gusts as high as 60 mph along the coast.

Snowfall across interior sections of New England could approach 6-12 inches. Coastal flooding is also possible. Read More »

This storm will bring strong winds back into the area; if you have to be on the road use extreme caution as some trees, utility poles and wires may still not be secured from Superstorm Sandy
Current Watches, Warnings and Advisories for Morris County, New Jersey

Issued by the National Weather Service [RSS]

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Emergency Shelter

Beginning at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, October 30th, the Borough has opened its shelter at the Sisters of Christian Charity on Hilltop Road. Please use extreme caution while traveling to the shelter; debris and downed poles and wires may be hazardous.

Additional shelter, warming and charging station information can be found here.

Road Closures

 

Social Media

Social Media is an excellent way to get and pass-on information during an emergency as telephone lines may become congested or not functioning during a storm. It is also a great source of information for emergency information from agencies in the area.

 

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