Tag: weather

428 crashes, 312 rescues on state-patrolled roads (so far) for season’s first N.J. winter storm

TRENTON, N.J. – The first significant snow storm of winter 2019-2020 walloped New Jersey on Monday creating profound challenges for motorists and first responders alike. “As of 6:00 p.m., the New Jersey State Police have responded to 428 motor vehicle Read More

N.J. Senator to Murphy: “Don’t Blame Meteorologists – You Own” #Snowmess

TRENTON, N.J. — Governor Phil Murphy held a press conference on Friday and refused to apologize for his shameful performance during yesterday’s snow emergency, Save Jerseyans.  He also continued to blame meteorologists. One veteran Republican State Senator condemned the Governor’s behavior.  Read More

Al Gore Blames the ‘Climate Crisis’ for Cold Weather. But Actually, It’s Just January.

Remember when global warming meant the planet was supposed to, well, warm up? … to admit.) Just ask Kevin Trenberth, a scientist with the National Center for Atmospheric Research. “Winter storms are a manifestation of winter, not climate change,” he Read More

Climate Scientist Says Global Warming ‘Worsened’ Hurricane Harvey. Did It?

Penn State climate scientist Michael Mann said Sunday that, while global warming didn’t cause Hurricane Harvey, it surely “worsened” the effects of the storm through higher sea levels and increased atmospheric moisture. Mann’s explanation, however, goes against the prevailing evidence Read More

N.J. Courts, State Offices Close Ahead of Expected ‘Spring Break’ Blizzard

Snow fall totals continue to vary widely at this hour, Save Jerseyans, but it’s clear enough that officials aren’t taking the possible weather being foretasted Monday evening lightly. Late Monday afternoon, Governor Chris Christie declared a State of Emergency, allowing Emergency Management personnel Read More

Christie declares state of emergency, heads to Dixie as Thor approaches

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie is heading to Dixie tomorrow, Save Jerseyans, starting a two-day swing through Georgia and Florida for his PAC, but before he left Kim Guadagno in charge, he proactively declared Read More