If you’re looking to keep adult on how a large sirocco attack NJ this weekend affects you, this is a post to bookmark.
We’ll be gripping a live discuss next open all day Saturday. Tell us what you’re saying in your area or by your classification — and see what your neighbors all around NJ have to say, too.
YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO THE STORM
ON THE RADIO: Listen to New Jersey 101.5 anytime on air, online or on your phone by downloading a New Jersey 101.5 app. (In further to continue and news updates, we’ll be personification song all weekend)
WEATHER: Keep an eye on Dan Zarrow’s blog all weekend. Dan’s got a many arguable forecasts around — he’ll tell we what he knows, what he doesn’t, and why.
EVACUATIONS: As of Friday night, evacuations had been systematic in Barnegat and endorsed in several other towns. Is yours on a list?
FLOODING: High tides are approaching to means coastal flooding — presumably some of a misfortune we’ve seen given Sandy. Here’s where, and when, to design some of a worst.
MASS TRANSIT: As of Friday night, NJ Transit planned unchanging sight and sight service, with system-wide cranky honoring Saturday and Sunday. NJ Transit issues advisories during NJTransit.com and on Twitter @NJTransit. (New Jersey 101.5 will also share news of alerts on Twitter, Facebook and the New Jersey 101.5 app as well)
POWER: We’ll be stating on vital outages via NJ1015.com and a NJ1015.com app. ALSO: PSEG customers, see PSEG’s energy map for outages and news downed trees, gas leaks, other emergencies or outages to 800-436-PSEG. JCPL customers, see JCPL’s map for outages. Call in issues to 888-LIGHTSS or report your outage online. Atlantic City Electric customers: See Atlantic City Electric’s map or call 800-833-7476 for any issues.
SCHOOL CLOSINGS: Announcements are updated in real-time at NJ1015.com/closings. Are we a propagandize official? You can register your district during a couple as well.
USING A GENERATOR? Here’s how to keep safe. Carbon monoxide poisoning caused 5 New Jersey deaths in a issue of superstorm Sandy.
IF YOU HAVE TO DRIVE: The best devise is to stay off a roads. If that’s not an option, here’s what withdrawal sleet and ice on your automobile could cost you.
ENJOY THE STORM
LIKE SLEDDING? Here’s some of a best hills for sledding around New Jersey.
MAKE THE MOST OF THE STORM: Stay off a roads until things ease down, though once NJ’s coated in snow, there’s all sorts of opportunities to have fun outdoors.
GET COOKING: Dennis Judi have suggestions for comfort food. What are yours?