Tag: total

What snow? Shore, South Jersey dodge blizzard smacking rest of N.J.

A 40 to 50 mile shift in a low pressure system over the ocean has made a big difference in how much snow South Jersey and the Jersey Shore will receive from the nor’easter. That’s likely to result in a Read More

Models Predict Major March Snowstorm for New Jersey

Milk… bread… eggs??? Prepare yourselves: — Maybe it’s not quite THAT dire, Save Jerseyans, and we all know that meteorology isn’t the world’s most reliable science, but there’s a decent chance that your Tuesday schedule could be seriously disrupted. All popular Read More

Christie to ABC7: “We were listening to all of you!”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I’m not saying this particular ABC7 anchor was TRYING to be ridiculous, Save Jerseyans, but when the people hyping a storm that went bust subsequently turn around and ask an elected official whether they Read More

Historic Snow: Remembering Some of New Jersey’s Worst Winter Weather

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Milk! Bread! Eggs! Ahhhhhh! Hype is already building for this week’s alleged “historic” winter storm, Save Jerseyans, and if these snow total projections from the National Weather Service ultimately prove accurate, it could be Read More

N.J. House and Senate Results

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog No surprises last night in Garden State at the federal level, Save Jerseyans, at least in terms of who won. Some of the GOP margins were impressive consistent with the Republican “wave” Read More

More “Warming” in New Jersey

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog New Jersey (and especially South Jersey) got walloped yesterday by a surprise snow storm. The Burlington County= bedroom community of Medford took the prize with 9.4 inches of the heavy, wet white stuff blanketing everything Read More