NJ Weather: Here’s how much snow falls in your county during a big winter storm


Many areas of New Jersey turned into a winter wonderland on Wednesday night and Thursday morning, as a strong coastal storm dropped nearly one foot of snow in some parts of the state and more than half a foot in many others.

Light snow is falling in northern and central New Jersey until 8 a.m., so some of the final snowfall totals will increase slightly during the next few hours.

So far, the measured snow on the ground is not as high as most forecasters in northern New Jersey predicted – with the numbers being pushed down with sleep – but it is still the most to hit in the state in nearly two years. One of the major snowflakes. And has disturbed many roads.

The heaviest snow totals have been concentrated mainly in the northwestern counties of the state of Morris, Sussex and Warren, where many cities received double-digit snowfall as of 8 am Thursday.

It is reported to measure 12.3 inches on the ground in Vernon Township, 10.7 inches each in the Pewett and Pelletstown section of Frankford, 10.5 inches in Holland Township, 10.4 inches in Belvidere and 10.0 inches in Jefferson.

In the state’s northeast region, Newark Liberty Airport in Essex County ended up with 11 inches of snow, and Harrison in Hudson County reported 9.7 inches.

For Newark, 5.5 inches of snow fell before midnight, breaking a daily record for the most snow that fell in the state’s largest city on 16 December. The National Weather Service said another 5.5 inches fell overnight, giving Newark its total storm. 11 inches.

Here is a roundup of the latest snowfall totals as of Thursday morning by the National Weather Service’s Regional Forecast Office in New Jersey and New York Regional Office. Also included are some snow totals reported by the Snow and Hell Network, a community collaborative rain station located at Rutgers University.

(Note: This list was updated at 11 am on Thursday morning, and will be updated again when new numbers arrive.)

Atlantic county

Bergen County

  • East Rutherford: 9.3 inches
  • Bergenfield: 7.1 inches
  • Oakland: 7.0 inches
  • Franklin Lakes: 6.6 inches
  • Fair lawn: 6.5 inches
  • Westwood: 6.5 inches
  • Redwood: 5.9 inches
  • Tanafali: 5.8 inches
  • New Milford: 5.7 inches
  • Glen Rock: 5.5 inches

Burlington county

  • Chesterfield: 6.5 inches
  • Westampton: 6.2 inches
  • Reverton: 6.0 inches
  • Cinnamon: 5.4 inch
  • Mount Laurel: 5.4 inches
  • Moorstone: 5.0 inch
  • Medford: 5.0 inch
  • Bordentown: 5.7 inches
  • Brown Mills: 5.5 inches
  • Florence: 4.7 Inches
  • Lumberton: 4.7 inches
  • Burlington Twp: 4.5 Inches
  • Hanesport: 4.5 inches
  • Delanco: 4.0 inches
  • Delran: 4.0 inch
  • Marlton: 4.0 inches
  • Fort Dix: 3.0 inch

Camden county

  • Cherry Hill: 6.5 inches
  • Hayden Heights: 5.2 Inches
  • Gloucester City: 5.0 Inch
  • Oaklin: 5.0 inch
  • Magnolia: 4.5 inches
  • Springdale: 4.4 inches
  • Berlin: 4.0 inch
  • Haydenfield: 4.0 inch
  • Pensuken: 3.8 inches
  • West Berlin: 3.5 inches
  • Blackwood: 2.9 inches
  • Lindenwold: 2.8 inches
  • Somersdale: 2.5 inches
  • Hayden Township: 1.2 inches

Cumberland County

  • Bridget: 0.5 inch
  • Vineland: Ice mark

Essex County

  • Newark Airport: 11.0 Inches (Total update)
  • Cedar Grove: 7.3 inches
  • Answer Caldwell: 7.1 inches
  • Montclair: 7.0 inches
  • Maplewood: 5.6 inches
  • Belleville: 5.1 inches

Gloucester County

  • Monroe Twp .: 5.0 Inch
  • Deptford: 4.0 inches
  • Mantua: 4.0 inch
  • Glassboro: 3.8 inches
  • Newfield: 2.7 inches
  • Washington Twp: 2.4 Inch
  • Pitman: 1.7 inches
  • Sewel: 1.5 inch
  • Logan Twp: 0.5 Inch

Hudson county

  • Harrison: 9.7 inches
  • East Newark: 9.5 inches

Hunteron County

  • Readington: 7.5 inches
  • Whitehouse Station: 6.5 Inch
  • Flemington: 6.0 inches
  • Lebanon: 6.0 inches
  • Stanton: 5.6 inches
  • Lambertville: 5.0 inches
  • Three Bridges: 5.0 Inch
  • Sand Brook: 3.5 inches

Mercer county

  • Princeton: 6.4 inches
  • Ewing: 6.0 inch
  • Pennington: 5.5 inches
  • Hamilton Twap: 4.0 Inch
  • West Windsor: 2.5 inches
  • Robbinsville: 2.0 inches

A vehicle travels across Morris Street as heavy snow begins to fall in Morrisstown on Wednesday, December 16, 2020John jones | For NJ Advance Media

Middlesex County

  • Perth Amboy: 9.0 inches
  • Carteret: 7.5 inch
  • North Brunswick: 7.5 inches
  • Woodbridge: 7.4 inches
  • Plainsboro: 7.0 inches
  • Port reading: 7.0 inches
  • Metuchen: 6.5 inches
  • Edison: 6.0 inches
  • East Brunswick: 5.9 inches
  • Old Bridge: 5.0 inch
  • Parlin: 5.0 inch
  • South Plainfield: 4.5 Inches
  • South Brunswick: 4.0 inches
  • Highland Park: 2.8 inches
  • New Brunswick: 1.6 Inch

Monmouth county

  • Freehold: 7.2 inches
  • Colts Neck: 7.1 inches
  • Holmdel: 7.0 inches
  • Hazelette: 7.0 inches
  • Perineville: 6.3 inches
  • Freehold Twp: 6.2 inch
  • Howell: 6.1 inch
  • Scenes: 6.0 inches
  • Matvan: 6.0 inch
  • Ramson: 5.5 inches
  • ETentown: 4.5 in.
  • Leonardo: 4.0 inch
  • Middletown: 4.0 inches
  • Tinton Falls: 3.5 inches
  • Long branch: 2.3 inch
  • Cliffwood Beach: 1.8 inches
  • Wall twop: 1.8 inch
  • Atlantic Highlands: 1.2 Inches
  • Tilt: 0.8 inch
Morristown snowstorm

Cars travel along Laffett Avenue as heavy snow falls in Morrisstown on Wednesday December 16, 2020John jones | For NJ Advance Media

Morris county

  • Jefferson: 10.0 inches
  • Brookside: 9.2 inches
  • Marcella: 8.3 inches
  • Landing: 8.0 inches
  • Tobaco: 7.5 inches
  • Mendum: 7.0 inch
  • Chester: 6.4 inches
  • Butler: 6.2 inches
  • Lake Hoptang: 6.1 inches
  • Florham Park: 5.9 inches
  • Randolph: 5.5 inches
  • Danville: 5.0 inch
  • Kinline: 5.0 inch

Ocean County

  • Jackson: 7.0 inches
  • Lakewood: 5.5 inches
  • Manchester: 4.1 inch
  • Toms River: 3.0 inches
  • Whiting: 0.7 inch
  • Brick: 0.5 inch
  • Mantoloking: 0.5 inch

Passaic County

  • Vane: 6.0 inches
  • Passaic: 5.0 inch
  • West Milford: 1.5 inches

Salem County

  • Handsville: 3.9 inches
  • Pilesgrove Twp: 2.9 Inch

Somerset county

  • Bridgewater: 7.0 inches
  • Far hills: 7.0 inches
  • Warren Twp: 6.9 Inch
  • Manville: 6.5 inches
  • Bernards Twp .: 6.0 Inch
  • Answer: 4.8 inches
  • Hillsborough: 4.8 inches
  • Somerville: 3.4 inches

Sussex County

  • Vernon Twp: 12.3 inches
  • Vernon Valley: 11.5 inches
  • Pelletown (Frankford): 10.7 inches
  • Vantage: 10.7 inches
  • Glenwood: 9.5 inches
  • Byram Twp: 8.5 Inch
  • High point: 8.0 inches
  • Green Twp: 7.9 Inch
  • Hardstone: 4.0 inch
  • Vantage: 4.0 inch
  • Newton: 3.5 inch
  • Highland Lakes: 1.8 inches

Union County

  • Cranford: 6.4 inches
  • Elizabeth: 6.1 inches
  • Union: 5.8 inch
  • Route: 5.5 inches

Warren County

  • Holland Township: 10.5 inches
  • Belvidere: 10.4 inches
  • Oxford: 10.0 inch
  • Stewart’sville: 9.5 inches
  • Hackettstown: 9.0 inches
  • Asha: 8.9 inches
  • Blairstown: 5.2 inches

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