Wednesday Feb 7th

** Sleet & Ice ** Roads
WEST WINDSOR PD: ** Sleet & Ice ** Roads are currently safe for reduced speed travel but uncertain precipitation may change this nixle.us/9WSZ3

Fri Fed 2 – Looks wet is ice, careful!

Parking lot n side roads deceiving look wet but r slippery. Team almost bit it coming in

Wed 1/17 – Roads a bit slippery. Careful

Cecil reports “Parking lot a little slick”

Town reports “WEST WINDSOR PD: Roads slippery, leave xtra distance when stopping, Side roads & less traveled roads snow covered. Rt 1 Clear nixle.us/9TKTM”

Thursday 12pm Update – No 2nd Shift

Townships are asking people to stay off roads. Radar suggests the snow will stop around 4pm.

No 2nd Shift

No more scheduled updates. Team should travel as they feel safe.

Thursday 10am Update

A lot of the team made it in before the storm got too bad. Roads seems covered and very slippery. Travel as you feel safe. Some team members have needed to turn back home.

We are open and running, again just travel as you feel safe.

Next post 12:00

Thursday 8am Update

Driving was slippery on corners and stopping. Few cars on the road. Trucks sanding now, not plowing yet.

Next post 10am

Thursday 6:30AM Update

Travel as you feel safe.

Here’s what it looks like at the shop this morning.

2018-01-03 10:00pm Weather Update

Tonight 01/03 80% / 2 in
Cloudy with periods of snow after midnight. Low 22F. NNE winds at 5 to 10 mph, increasing to 15 to 25 mph. Chance of snow 80%. 1 to 3 inches of snow expected.

Tomorrow 01/04 100% / 3.2 in
Windy. Snow during the morning will give way to snow showers during the afternoon. High around 25F. Winds NNW at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of snow 100%. Snow accumulating 3 to 5 inches. Winds could occasionally gust over 40 mph.

2018-01-03 Weather Update

Drive carefully and as you feel safe.

Snow after 1am, 2 to 4 Expected. Use caution, prepare for power loss & extreme cold
Welcome to 2018!
Elsa has joined forces with snow miser to make travel tomorrow morning a horrible mess. Olaf index is saying 2 to 4 and great for snow balls but bad for driving. Use extreme caution as bridges will ice over first. I am concerned about power loss because of the extreme cold so please make sure generators are ready and used safely.
Please use caution and be safe. I will provide updated travel info at 7am. Good Luck!
Chief Garofalo

Event Summary from NOAA
 Snow is expected across the region later tonight and tomorrow. Highest amounts are expected along coastal areas.
 Regardless of snow amounts, strong winds will lead to areas of significant blowing and drifting snow further impacting travel. Blizzard conditions are expected in coastal areas.
 Dangerously cold weather is expected behind this storm through at least Saturday. The lowest wind chills are expected Friday and Saturday morning.
 Minor coastal flooding is possible tomorrow. In addition to typical minor coastal flooding impacts, any stagnant flood waters may freeze on road surfaces.

Alert System Test 2017-08-25

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