Winter Storm Juno Falls Short On Predictions

A blizzard warning had millions of people on the East Coast in panic for what was expected to be a potentially historic, life threatening, and high-impact winter storm.

Plows and salt spreaders worked on New Jersey roads through the night while residents were off the road, due to the travel ban and State of Emergency.

The Blizzard warning was lifted at around 5:30 a.m. this morning and replaced with a Winter Storm Warning. Snow predictions dropped from 18-24 inches to 9-14 inches.

In the early hours today, residents are seeing that storm juno is falling short on it’s predictions but will still pose a risk to anyone traveling.

We’re expected to continue to see snow showers until noon today.