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Here in Metuchen, ‘snowy’ would be a huge understatement. Residents are reporting 2 to 3 feet of snow fell on the Brainy Borough. In the end, parts of New Jersey saw historic snow totals, but the difference between several feet of snow and several inches could be measured in a handful of miles. The National Weather Service was forecasting winds of 25 mph to 35 mph, with gusts up to 50 mph, through Monday evening.
Atlantic City and Wrightstown had 19 inches, but they were far from the champs when it came to snow totals. Toms River had a staggering 28 inches, Bricktown had 27 inches and Bayville had 26 inches. Dennisville in Cape May County had 26.5 inches. Woodbury (Kent County) had the most snow in Delaware with just under 12 inches. Union County seems to be the worst hit, according to preliminary estimates of the snowfall released by the National Weather Service.
The monster winter storm that hit New Jersey today is expected to last through the Monday morning rush hour, but it has already left nearly a foot of snow in some parts of the state.













This photo by Chris Morrison

This photo by Chris Morrison

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