It is the first week of January and our new year 2022 and it's our second snowstorm of the season here in Ocean County.

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If you are waking up on this Friday you may want to work remotely and call it a 3 day weekend. If you MUST be out give yourself plenty of extra time and take it slow today. Crews are out and doing their best to stay on top of weather conditions.

We have speed restrictions on the Garden State Parkway from Cape May to Exit 83 ... 35 miles per hour. If you must drive, please take it easy and give yourself plenty of extra time.

Dan Zarrow's forecast ....

 

TONIGHT... CLEAR... VERY COLD... LOW 19... WIND CHILLS ("FEELS LIKE" TEMPERATURES) MAY DIP INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS AT TIMES

TOMORROW... SUNNY... DRY... COL... HIGH 34

Here is a look at snow photos from Ocean County this morning ....

 

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You are going to need time to clean your car and get that snow and ice off before heading out today (If you must)

 

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Secondary roads are snow-covered so take it easy on this Friday morning

 

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A look at Route 9 in Southern Ocean County

 

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An early morning look at Route 9 in Tuckerton

 

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Route 539 heading out to the Garden State Parkway.

 

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Garden State Parkway northbound in Southern Ocean County....35 mph speed restriction from Cape May to Toms River

 

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A look at Downtown Toms River on our Friday morning

 

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Winter Storm Warning is effect for Ocean County

 

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Townsquare Towers in Downtown Toms River

 

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Robbins Street snow-covered in Downtown Toms River

 

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A Snowy Huddy Park in Downtown Toms River

 

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