Winter Storm Warning Issued for Tuesday

Travel during and after the storm is expected to be affected.

Motorists drive in the snow on River Road in Cinnaminson. Credit: Jason C. Miller
Motorists drive in the snow on River Road in Cinnaminson. Credit: Jason C. Miller
The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a winter storm warning for heavy snowfall for multiple parts of New Jersey, including Burlington County, from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday.

Affected areas are those adjacent to the I-95 corridor in northeast Maryland, plus areas in southeast Pennsylvania and Southwest New Jersey. 

The snow is expected to begin by dawn on Tuesday and last into the afternoon before tapering off by dusk. Forecasters say accumulation could be 3 to 5 inches. 
Sleet and ice are also expected.

Drivers should take extra caution as the morning commute could be significantly impacted. Roads are also expected to be icy after the snow due to falling temperatures late Tuesday and continuing for a few days.
John December 10, 2013 at 10:37 AM
Great, now our public works department will get over time for only clearing the middle of the roads and leave the curbs full..
John December 10, 2013 at 11:11 AM
Hey Rob, here is a question for U, hope U can answer it, why is it that when there is an accident on 130 north before Taylors Lane that they detour all the trucks, buses and cars onto willow to get to New Albany, do not know who is in charge but this is crazy to move all the traffic onto a side road....How about getting an answer from the Troll....
John December 10, 2013 at 12:13 PM
Pundit, at 67 years old, pushing snow to the curbs makes it harder for clearing the snow and walkway and if its not cleared U can have a fine by the public works dept this is a lose lose situation...I really do not want a heart attack ok...How about giving out tickets for the people who do not move there autos..


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