Snowstorm Expected to Dump 3-to-5 Inches on Hoboken

Street sweeping and alternate side parking rules have been lifted Tuesday due to the storm.

Photo courtesy of City of Hoboken
Photo courtesy of City of Hoboken
Northeastern New Jersey's first significant snowstorm of the year Tuesday could cover Hoboken with up to 5 inches of snow, according to a National Weather Service alert.

The NWS issued a winter weather advisory Tuesday morning, predicting three-to-five inches of accumulation and visibility at or below one-half mile during heavy periods of snow. The NWS advised drivers that slick roads and limited visibility could make driving dangerous.

The snow, which started Tuesday morning, is expected to continue through the afternoon before tapering off around the time residents return home from work.

Street sweeping and alternate side parking rules are not in effect Tuesday as a result of the snowstorm, the city announced.

The Jersey Journal reported that all Hoboken school district activities will continue as planned, including Tuesday night's board of education meeting at 7 p.m. However, the Brandt School PTO meeting is cancelled, according to the district website.


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