Dan Zero, Warren County, J. C. P. O. L. discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

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This elsewhere news network Katie asset management and Rick Scott bye see a little light snow this morning maybe some icy spots as this storm system moves away a new wave of sexual abuse lawsuits are being filed in New Jersey against the Catholic Church the president and treasurer of a Toms River little league organization admits stealing a pile of money but likely won't go to jail a new push to decriminalize marijuana in New Jersey as legalization efforts stole in sports devils loss to the Sabres seven one Rangers lose to Vegas Milwaukee routes the Knicks seventy Sixers over Utah and Monday Night Football Seahawks over the Vikings details of our top stories coming up in the minutes ahead we begin this morning with first weather our chief meteorologist Dan zero so damn rapidly things we should should improve this morning right that's right for the past forty eight hours or so we've seen something falling from the sky here across the garden state and now we're on the very back edge of this storm system there is still some light snow one wintry mix going on mainly through Middlesex Mercer Monmouth ocean Burlington and Atlantic county's right now that'll spin out here by seven or eight o'clock today and we'll see rapidly clearing skies say you've got sunshine ahead for those who have snow on the ground upwards of ten to twelve inches in far north Jersey by the way this snow melt machine will kick in today it will be breezy and cool though highs range from the upper thirties in north Jersey to mid forties in South Jersey today because return tonight a snow showers possible lows around thirty and the continuing chance for a shower tomorrow under mostly cloudy skies highs mainly need forties right now Fort Lee is thirty lower township thirty eight and Trenton thirty for how many jerseys first news five oh two as the winter storm winds down clean up is continuing this morning in north Jersey several inches of heavy wet snow fell they're tearing down powerlines toppling trees about thirty four thousand J. C. P. O. L. customers in the dark this morning mostly in Sussex and Warren County is a good number of schools north of route seventy eight have delayed their opening this morning dozens of civil lawsuits alleging sexual abuse have been filed in New Jersey courts since the statue will meditations was changed Sunday not only extending the limits going forward but also.

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