Florham Park is monitoring the forecasted storm system

Winter weather. File photo

FLORHAM PARK — The Florham Park Office of Emergency Management is monitoring the forecasted storm system that is forever to impact our area later this afternoon, Sunday, March 3 and into the overnight hours.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning which is in effect from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m. Monday, March 4. A Winter Storm Warning means that travel conditions could be very hazardous.

The current forecast shows that precipitation will start with a mix of snow and rain later this afternoon with a changeover to all snow as the temperatures drop.

This evening, snow will become heavy at times with possible snowfall rates of up to 1” per hour.

Snow is expected to lighten up around midnight tonight, and will continue to taper off into the predawn hours.

While the snow is anticipated to end before the Monday morning commute, hazardous road conditions may still exist from the heavy snow overnight.  The current snow accumulation forecast Florham Park is between six and eight inches.

Please monitor local forecasts.  Requests for overnight parking will not be granted when snow is expected.

As always check in on the sick and elderly who may need additional assistance.


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