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Good morning,

Light snow is expected to move into Morris County around 2-3pm today. Light snow will continue into the evening before exiting out between 10pm-midnight. Accumulations should be kept to 1/2" or less across the county with melting initially as snow falls this afternoon but then a dusting after dark as temperatures fall back below freezing.

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Good afternoon,

Based on the current storm track, we expect that snow will remain likely through much of this afternoon, ending by 5-6pm. In general, snow accumulations in most places will be close to 2", with up to 3" possible further east. Winds will pick up overnight, resulting in some blowing / drifting.

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Greetings from the Morris County Emergency Operations Center,

Snow will look to overspread the region between 9AM and Noon today. The first hour or two of activity may be just insignificant flurries. The period of more persistent snowfall looks to get going in the afternoon. Accumulations for Morris County will vary greatly from east to west. Eastern areas can see a range of 1-3 inches while the far western portions of the county are expected to see just a dusting to ½ an inch. This will greatly depend on the storm track which we will be monitoring. Winds are anticipated to pick up later today into tonight, causing blowing and drifting.

Stay warm and safe!
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