N.J. college closings, delayed openings, schedule changes due snow Monday (02/01/2021)

Novel Jersey districts are calling for varsity closures, delayed openings and other schedule changes for Monday due to a predominant winter storm expected to bring as a lot as 2 feet of snow to a predominant section of the voice.

Whereas many of of districts continue to give entirely-distant classes due to the coronavirus outbreak, colleges operating below in-particular person and hybrid units also can decide to swap to distant classes for the day quite than murder college altogether.

National Weather Service 5 p.m. update 1/31/21

Forecasted snow totals by the Nationwide Weather Carrier elevated for parts of Morris and Warren counties on Sunday night.Nationwide Weather Carrier

Nonetheless with high winds and immense snow totals in the forecast, the likelihood of energy outages remains likely.

The Nationwide Weather Carrier has positioned almost the general voice below a winter storm warning with 2 to 4 inches of snow expected on Sunday sooner than a lull that lasts into early Monday. The snow is every so most frequently intense on Monday, with some areas seeing as indispensable as 3 inches per hour. Snow also can linger into Tuesday as properly bring the general accumulations to as a lot as 2 feet for the northern half of the voice.

College districts in the following counties contain made bulletins about schedule changes (these lists will be updated thru the storm):

ATLANTIC COUNTY

BERGEN COUNTY

BURLINGTON COUNTY

CAMDEN COUNTY

CAPE MAY COUNTY

CUMBERLAND COUNTY

ESSEX COUNTY

GLOUCESTER COUNTY

HUNTERDON COUNTY

HUDSON COUNTY

MERCER COUNTY

MIDDLESEX COUNTY

MONMOUTH COUNTY

MORRIS COUNTY

OCEAN COUNTY

PASSAIC COUNTY

SALEM COUNTY

SOMERSET COUNTY

SUSSEX COUNTY

UNION COUNTY

WARREN COUNTY

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