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The weather team has informed us that we can expect snow showers Saturday morning. Snow showers will change over to rain for the afternoon hours. Precipitation will change over to a rain snow mix for the evening hours. Snow showers will then continue through the overnight hours ending Sunday morning. Snowfall accumulation of 1-2" is possible with an isolated 3" possible, mainly on grassy areas.
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We are fortunate to have a great team assigned to the Morris County Office of Emergency Management Emergency Operations Center today, to include Morris County Administrator John Bonanni, Morris County Assistant Administrator Cathy Burd, and Morris County Department of Law and Public Safety Director Scott DiGiralomo, Morris County Sheriff James M. Gannon, along with members of his command staff, are present in our EOC, as well as many Sheriff’s officers who are ready to support the needs of our local Morris County municipalities.

In addition, we have Morris County Park Police Chief Gabe DiPietro and his command team present in our EOC, with many Morris County Park Police officers manning the Park Police specialty vehicles in the event that emergency transportation issues need to be addressed. We are fortunate to have representatives from the New Jersey State Police Office of Emergency Management, Atlantic Health System, Saint Clare’s Health, Jersey Central Power & Light, Morris County Chiefs of Police Association to include Denville Police Chief Chris Wagner, and our Morris County Communications Center staff assigned to our EOC.

We hope that everyone will stay off the roadways today, and remain indoors. Stay warm and stay safe!
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On behalf of the Morris County Office of Emergency Management’s Emergency Operations Center, we would like to give a BIG shout out to the Emergency Room/Trauma staff getting ready to go on-duty at the Morristown Medical Center. While we hope you never have a reason to meet them at work, we are confident that if you ever do, you will be in great hands! We are fortunate to have a representative of Atlantic Health System here at our Emergency Operations Center for the duration of our storm coverage. ... See MoreSee Less

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MCUrgent is managed by the Morris County Office of Emergency Management. When fully implemented, all towns in Morris County will have been trained.