Winter storm Titan is expected to arrive tonight and last through Monday, bringing heavy snow and creating hazardous travel conditions in NJ, therefore I have declared a State of Emergency,” Governor Christie said this evening.
“I’ve authorized state officials to take all necessary action in advance of the storm and to continue monitoring conditions here in NJ. “I ask all New Jerseyans (if possible) please stay off the roads so that first responders can safely respond to any emergency situations.”
According to the latest forecast from the National Weather Service, Lakewood will be getting between 3-7 inches of snow.
Snow will begin forming later this evening and become heavy at time during the morning hours before tapering off in the afternoon, the Service says.
Monday morning’s commute is expected to be messy, the Service says.
State offices will be closed on Monday. [TLS]