Township Can Expect About a Foot of Snow
The National Weather Service was predicting 11 to 14 inches of snow in Camden County from this storm as of noon today.
The township can expect about a foot of snow from the nor'easter that is blasting the Northeast today, the National Weather Service (NWS) said at noon.
Eastern Camden County can expect more snow from the coast-hugging storm than western Camden County, according to NWS-Mount Holly station meteorologist Gary Szatkowski.
A winter storm warning is in effect for the Philadelphia region through 1 p.m. Monday. The storm will be most explosive between 3 p.m. and midnight, according to the National Weather Service.
"The winds will be picking up as we get into the evening hours, with gusts up to 30 miles per hour," Szatkowski said.
Police are urging residents to use off-street parking to allow plows to better clear streets. They also ask that people only drive during the storm this afternoon and evening if absolutely necessary.
By the end of the storm, eastern Camden County towns can expect 13 to 14 inches of snow, western Camden County towns 11 to 11-and-a-half inches of the white stuff.
Tonight's Timber Creek boys' basketball game against Philadelphia's Monsignor Bonner at Wildwood's Boardwalk Basketball Classic has been postponed.
Patch.com will have an update on make-up dates for the tournament, as well as information on whether the snow impacts holiday tournament schedules for other Timber Creek and Highland winter sports teams.
Camden County Department of Public Works crews started treating county roadways with rock salt at 2 a.m. Sunday, in preparation for the winter assault.