Snow is likely to start hitting the area early Friday morning.
A "significant winter storm" is expected to hit Bergen County from early Friday until Saturday afternoon and could cause blizzard conditions, according to the National Weather Service. The NWS issued a winter storm watch from Friday afternoon through Saturday afternoon, predicting 6-12 inches of snow and some ice from sleet and freezing rain. Visibility could be limited to several hundred feet due to heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain. Driving conditions may be "dangerous." Winds are expected to blow at 20 or 30 miles per hour, with gusts hitting as much as 50 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service. The gusts may bring down some tree limbs and could cause power outages. The storm could be even worse, according to Mark …
State police warn residents of flash floods as remnants of Isaac may impact the northeast area of NJ on Wednesday. Meanwhile weather forecasts predict heavy rain showers, thunderstorms for the area.
New Jersey State Police have a issued a warning to resients that the remnants of Hurricane Isaac may impace the northeast area of New Jersey on Wednesday. State police warned residents via Nixle alert on Tuesday to be aware of flash flooding in flood prone areas on Wednesday. The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for the area Tuesday into Wednesday. The weather service predicts periods of heavy rain showevers and embedded thunderstorms with rainfall between 1 and 3 inches possible which cause lead to flooding in some areas. The forecast for the Bergen County area is: Follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter or subscribe to our free daily newsletter