Thursday, January 24, 2013
The National Weather Service says we can still expect up to 4 inches in South Jersey.
Get ready for some "fluffy" snow, Cinnaminson. While the forecast has changed a bit since the early part of the week, it does still look South Jersey will get some snow beginning Friday afternoon. As of Wednesday at 5 p.m., the National Weather Service (NWS) in Mount Holly was calling for the storm to drop between 1 and 4 inches of snow in Burlington County. "It looks to us like it's going to snow," NWS meteorologist Walter Drag said. "We just don't know how much yet. It looks to us like somewhere in the 1- to 4-inch range." Mayor Ben Young said the department of public works is preparing though. Brining has been done to township streets—a process that speeds along the melting process on the roadways. The plows will come out if the …
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Meteorologists are tracking a snowstorm this weekend.
If dealing with freezing temperatures every day this week wasn’t enough, Cinnaminson can now expect a “plowable” amount of snow on Friday. According to meteorologists with the National Weather Service (NWS) in Mount Holly, a low pressure system is moving over the area Friday bringing even colder temperatures and a snowstorm. Kristin Kline, of the NWS, said officials do not have specific amounts as far as accumulation goes just yet, but it could be “several inches.” Meteorologists will know more Wednesday and Thursday. The snow is slated to start Friday afternoon and last into the night, Kline said. Cold temperatures will continue throughout the weekend with slightly warmer temperatures coming Monday. Lows this week will dip into the …
Friday, December 28, 2012
National Weather Service meteorologists are tracking a snow storm this weekend. County declares Code Blue weather emergency.
Cinnaminson can expect a couple inches of snow tomorrow morning as a weather system is making its way here over the weekend. Meteorologist Mitchell Gaines, with the National Weather Service in Mount Holly, said parts of southeastern Burlington County can expect a coating but other parts of the county can expect about two or three inches. In some parts of the county, that snow will change over to rain from late morning to late afternoon. It should end in the early evening. Cinnaminson shouldn’t see that rain. The temperature will be in the low 30s Saturday morning and rise to the upper 30s in the afternoon. The precipitation should clear up by Sunday with mostly sunny skies and breezy conditions. Temperatures will drop overnight Saturday …
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Public Works urges residents to keep cars off the streets to expedite plowing.
An overnight snowstorm left about a foot of snow in the township this morning, closing schools and delaying openings all around town. According to the National Weather Service in Mt. Holly, nearby Moorestown's official snow count is 11.5 inches, while Maple Shade's is at 14. Cinnaminson is around the 12-inch mark, too. "The weather wasn’t what was predicted," Fred Turek, superintendent of public works in Cinnaminson said. "It was much worse. Caught us off guard a little bit." Plows in Cinnaminson hit the streets last night starting around 10 p.m. The county roads are plowed first, followed by main roads such as Pomona and Forklanding, and then into the neighborhoods. Turek, with a team of only 10 men, worked for about eight hours to do the…
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Up to 4 inches could fall in the area.
Snow is set to hit the Cinnaminson area tonight with periods of snow falling after 10 p.m., according to reports from the National Weather Service in Mt. Holly. Total nighttime accumulation could be from 2 to 4 inches. There will be southeast winds between 3 and 7 miles per hour and a low of 27 degrees. Snow could continue overnight with another inch falling by the end of the day Friday. It will remain cloudy throughout the morning and eventually clear out. Highs will be around 32. Winds could get as high at 33 mph. Sidewalks must be cleared within 24 hours of a storm or residents could face a fine.