Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Precipitation expected to begin Wednesday, linger until Thursday, meteorologist says.
What many hope will be the final snowfall of the winter season is expected to be mild in accumulation but heavy in wind gusts, according to the National Weather Service. A low-pressure system making its way through the Mid-Atlantic is approaching New Jersey and will bring approximately two inches of precipitation to the northern portion of the state Wednesday through Thursday, National Weather Service meteorologist Mitchell Gaines said. Snowfall is expected to begin early Wednesday, then mix with rain in the afternoon and return to snow by night, Gaines said. Winds will gust between 20 and 25 miles-per-hour, Gaines said, but could climb to as high as 40 miles-per-hour at times. Lingering rainfall will end by Thursday morning, Gaines said.
Friday, February 8, 2013
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A powerful winter storm moved into the region Friday, making for dangerous driving and prompting officials to urge residents to stay indoors. Scroll below for the latest storm-related Teaneck news. Bookmark this page for regular storm updates throughout the weekend. Click to sign up for breaking storm updates. Have storm photos or news? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Click to follow Patch on Twitter and Facebook. Check out reader-submitted snow photos here Saturday Updates: FINAL UPDATE 9 p.m.: The National Weather Service reports 10.4 inches of snow in Bergenfield, with no Teaneck-specific total available. A full list of area snowfall totals is available here. Officials said the storm led to a series of accidents, but no major incidents…
Monday, October 31, 2011
Utility companies are working around the clock, but restoration will likely be slow-going, officials say.
Nearly 157,000 North Jersey residents are still without power due to the unseasonably early nor'easter that blanketed the northeast this weekend, and many are likely to remain in the dark until Thursday, authorities said. In Bergen County — one of the hardest hit regions, Governor Christie said during a press conference Monday —utility companies are working to restore power to some 83,000 residents. Public Service Electric and Gas and Rockland Electric reported a 30 percent improvement since Sunday, but despite ongoing efforts, the restoration will take longer than usual, Lt. Dwane Razzetti of the Bergen County Office of Emergency Management said Monday. More manpower is needed to handle individual customers with short circuit issues, …
Sunday, October 30, 2011
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Sunday, October 30, 2011
This list will be updated as reports come in of what stores are open or closed after an early season storm hit Teaneck. Add your own reports in the comments section. Open: Stop & Shop on American Legion Drive A store employee says the store lost power so they are not selling any perishable items including produce, dairy and anything requiring refrigeration. CVS at 375 Queen Anne Road "We're open, we're working," a store employee says Zoe's Cupcake Cafe Closed: CVS at 540 Cedar Lane The Cottage Bar on Cedar Lane
Large portions of Teaneck without power after early storm blasts North Jersey
A powerful early season winter storm dropped heavy, wet snow on the area Saturday, making roads impassible, downing tree limbs and leaving thousands without power in Teaneck. The storm, called a “historic early season snowstorm” by the National Weather Service, hit town Saturday afternoon and continued dumping snow on Teaneck through early Sunday. Township emergency services were flooded with calls, but no serious incidents or injuries were reported from the storm, Sgt. John Garland said. Most calls were for downed wires, trees and limbs. Police headquarters had to use generator power after electricity was knocked out Saturday afternoon, authorities said. Trees were down around town, including on Garrison Avenue and Tryon Avenue, near …