Update: Board of Education Meeting Cancelled
Next meeting scheduled for Feb. 15
Tuesday's scheduled Board of Education meeting has been cancelled due to inclimate weather, according to Board of Education president Dr. Karen Cortellino. The board's next meeting is scheduled for Feb. 15.
Other Snow News:
- Both county and township Department of Public Works vehicles are on the road in Montville working to clear the streets. Main arterial streets, such as Changebridge Road, River Road and Route 202 in both directions, are seeing normal traffic flow as the roads are relatively clear of snow. Travelers are advised proceed with caution on side streets, many of which are seeing accumulation, and on the township’s hilly, more winding roads, like Taylortown and Horseneck Roads. There are currently no reported power outages or road closings.
- Montville Township Schools will be closed Tuesday as a record snowfall in January is expected to give way to a stormy start to February.
- The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for much of Northern New Jersey from late Monday night through Wednesday evening with snow, sleet and freezing rain expected the next couple of days. After a record 16.1 inches fell in January, snow is expected to begin after midnight on the first day of February and will mix with some sleet Tuesday afternoon before changing to freezing rain Tuesday night and possibly ending as snow on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. The storm is expected to produce anywhere between 4 and 10 inches of snow and some ice accumulation. The precipitation is expected to taper off Tuesday afternoon before intensifying again during the night into Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.
- The icy conditions will likely impact road conditions and could cause down limbs and widespread power outages. JCP&L maintains an online outage map here. PSE&G has its outage map here.
Patch will continue to update this story throughout the storm, including any school delays, closures and event postponements.
Let us know how the storm impacts your neighborhood by telling us in the comments section.