June 19, 2024

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N.J. weather: Updated snowfall totals across state, with 25 inches already on the ground in some towns

UPDATE: Latest snowfall totals in every county, with some towns reporting 30 inches

MORE: Relentless winter storm hits day 3. Another 1-3 inches of snow Tuesday will pile on big totals.

MORE: When will the snow stop and this extended winter storm finally end in N.J.?

Those snow accumulation numbers across New Jersey keep shooting up, with several towns now reporting as much as 25 inches on the ground — and one town with a measurement of 30 inches as of 7:20 p.m. Monday.

All that snow, and the monster winter storm still has a long way to go before it tapers down.

The top snow totals Monday morning were 8 to 9 inches, but during the afternoon hours when the storm intensified, accumulations jumped to as much as a 2 feet in some parts of the Garden State. The big leader so far is Mendham in Morris County, with a whopping 30 inches of snow reported by the National Weather Service Monday evening.

That is only 4 inches away from matching New Jersey’s all-time snowstorm record of 34 inches — a record that has stood for nearly 122 years. The elusive record was set during a multi-day storm that stretched from Feb. 11 to Feb. 14, 1899, in Cape May.

Among the other huge snowfall totals reported Monday afternoon and Monday evening were 28 inches in Sparta in Sussex County, 26 inches in Ledgewood and Long Valley in Morris County, and 25.8 inches in Randolph, also in Morris.

Here’s a rundown of the latest snowfall accumulations in each county, reported by the National Weather Service’s regional forecast offices in New Jersey and New York regional office, along with the Community Cooperative Rain, Hail & Snow Network, as of Monday evening.

(Note: Additional updates will be posted Tuesday morning.)

Atlantic County

  • Mays Landing: 3.0 inches
  • Pomona: 2.5 inches
  • Egg Harbor City: 1.8 inches
  • Hammonton: 1.6 inches
  • Egg Harbor Twp.: 1.3 inches
  • Somers Point: 1.0 inch

Bergen County

(updated 9:40 p.m. Monday)

  • Closter: 22.4 inches
  • Westwood: 20.0 inches
  • Mahwah: 18.5 inches
  • East Rutherford: 18.3 inches
  • Dumont: 17.5 inches
  • Franklin Lakes: 17.5 inches
  • Northvale: 16.5 inches
  • Lyndhurst: 16.0 inches
  • Fair Lawn: 15.0 inches

Burlington County

  • Florence: 6.3 inches
  • Westampton: 6.1 inches
  • Mount Laurel: 5.6 inches
  • Lumberton: 5.5. inches
  • Columbus: 5.1 inches
  • Bordentown: 4.8 inches
  • Cooperstown: 4.1 inches
  • Moorestown: 3.8 inches
  • Mount Laurel: 3.7 inches
  • Southampton: 3.0 inches
  • Marlton: 2.8 inches
  • South Jersey Regional Airport: 2.8 inches

Camden County

  • Blackwood: 5.5 inches
  • Gloucester City: 5.1 inches
  • Haddon Heights: 5.1 inches
  • Springdale: 4.2 inches
  • Lindenwold: 4.0 inches

Cape May County

  • Goshen: 1.0 inch
  • Villas: 0.8 inches
  • Seaville: 0.5 inches

Cumberland County

  • Hopewell Twp.: 4.0 inches
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Karen Lamberton of Montclair clears snow from her sidewalk as the white frozen stuff continues to pile up from the big winter storm on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021.Steve Hockstein | For NJ Advance Media

Essex County

(updated 9:40 p.m. Monday)

  • Essex Fells: 20.0 inches
  • West Orange: 18.2 inches
  • Newark Liberty Airport: 16.2 inches
  • Cedar Grove: 15.7 inches
  • North Caldwell: 15.0 inches
  • Verona: 14.3 inches
  • Millburn: 12.5 inches
  • South Orange: 12.5 inches
  • Caldwell Airport: 12.1 inches

Gloucester County

  • Greenwich Twp.: 4.3 inches
  • Mantua Twp.: 4.2 inches
  • Sewell: 3.0 inches
  • Westville: 3.0 inches
  • Malaga: 3.0 inches
  • Washington Twp.: 2.8 inches
  • Woodbury: 2.8 inches
  • Williamstown: 2.0 inches
  • Glassboro: 2.0 inches
  • Pitman: 1.4 inches

Hudson County

(updated 9:40 p.m. Monday)

  • Kearny: 16.0 inches
  • Harrison: 14.0 inches
  • Hoboken: 11.5 inches
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Snow covers cars parked on East 12th Street in Bayonne during a winter storm on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021.

Hunterdon County

  • Whitehouse Station: 17.1 inches
  • Raritan Twp.: 15.0 inches
  • Flemington: 14.5 inches
  • Readington: 14 inches
  • Stanton: 13.0 inches
  • Lebanon: 10.2 inches
  • Clinton: 9.0 inches
  • Sand Brook: 8.6 inches

Mercer County

  • East Windsor: 9.5 inches
  • Hamilton: 8.8 inches
  • Princeton: 8.3 inches
  • Robbinsville: 8.2 inches
  • Ewing: 5.8 inches

Middlesex County

  • New Brunswick: 18.0 inches
  • South Plainfield: 17.0 inches
  • Port Reading: 16.5 inches
  • Iselin: 16.0 inches
  • East Brunswick: 15.0 inches
  • Perth Amboy: 15.0 inches
  • Woodbridge: 14.3 inches
  • Edison: 14.0 inches
  • Highland Park: 13.5 inches
  • Metuchen: 13.5 inches
  • Milltown: 13.0 inches
  • South River: 13.0 inches
  • North Brunswick: 12.0 inches
  • Carteret: 12.5 inches
  • South Brunswick: 11.5 inches
  • Plainsboro: 11.4 inches
  • Colonia: 11.2 inches
  • Old Bridge: 11.0 inches
  • Hopelawn: 10.5 inches
  • Avenel: 10.0 inches
  • Monroe / Rossmoor: 8.5 inches

Monmouth County

  • Union Beach: 16.0 inches
  • Holmdel: 13.5 inches
  • Belford: 12.0 inches
  • Keyport: 12.0 inches
  • Colts Neck: 11.5 inches
  • Freehold: 11.5 inches
  • Cliffwood: 11.0 inches
  • Hazlet: 11.0 inches
  • Manalapan: 9.8 inches
  • Marlboro: 9.5 inches
  • Eatontown: 8.7 inches
  • Keyport: 8.5 inches
  • Howell: 7.9 inches
  • Freehold Twp.: 7.7 inches
  • Atlantic Highlands: 6.8 inches
  • Deal: 6.5 inches
  • Long Branch: 6.0 inches
  • Leonardo: 5.0 inches
  • Wall Twp.: 5.0 inches

Morris County

  • Mendham: 30.0 inches (as of 7:20 p.m.)
  • Ledgewood: 26.0 inches
  • Long Valley: 26.0 inches
  • Randolph: 25.8 inches
  • Chester: 24.8 inches
  • Lake Hopatcong: 22.0 inches
  • Chatham: 20.3 inches
  • Green Pond: 20.0 inches
  • Netcong: 20.0 inches
  • Morris Twp.: 19.0 inches
  • Mendham: 18.5 inches
  • Flanders: 18.0 inches
  • Budd Lake: 17.0 inches
  • Long Hill Twp.: 16.0 inches
  • Montville: 15.0 inches
  • Morristown: 14.5 inches
  • Florham Park: 14.4 inches
  • Denville: 12.0 inches
  • Succasunna: 11.5 inches
  • Washington Twp.: 7.7 inches
  • East Hanover: 9.6 inches
  • Mountain Lakes: 9.5 inches

Ocean County

  • Jackson: 7.3 inches
  • Brick: 5.3 inches
  • Whiting: 5.0 inches
  • Forked River: 4.5 inches
  • Bayville: 4.0 inches
  • Toms River: 4.0 inches
  • Point Pleasant: 2.5 inches

Passaic County

(updated 9:40 p.m. Monday)

  • Bloomingdale: 25.2 inches
  • Passaic: 15.9 inches
  • Totowa: 13.1 inches
  • West Milford: 12.3 inches

Salem County

  • Pennsville: 4.0 inches
  • Pilesgrove: 3.3 inches
  • Woodstown: 2.8 inches
  • Salem: 2.5 inches

Somerset County

  • Warren Twp.: 22.0 inches
  • Bridgewater: 20.2 inches
  • Basking Ridge: 19.5 inches
  • Somerville: 19.0 inches
  • Warrenville: 18.5 inches
  • North Plainfield: 17.4 inches
  • Manville: 17.3 inches
  • Branchburg: 17.0 inches
  • Somerset: 17.0 inches
  • Green Brook: 15.0 inches
  • Watchung: 15.0 inches
  • Hillsborough: 11.8 inches

Sussex County

  • Sparta: 28.3 inches
  • Stanhope: 25.3 inches
  • Hopatcong: 24.0 inches
  • Stanhope: 24.0 inches
  • Byram Twp.: 22.5 inches
  • Wantage: 15.5 inches
  • Pellettown: 12.5 inches
  • Stockholm: 12.0 inches
  • Vernon: 11.9 inches

Union County

(updated 9:40 p.m. Monday)

  • Berkeley Heights: 19.0 inches
  • Elizabeth: 17.8 inches
  • Westfield: 13.0 inches
  • Roselle Park: 12.8 inches
  • Plainfield: 12.0 inches
  • Cranford: 10.5 inches
  • Springfield: 10.5 inches

Warren County

  • Allamuchy- Panther Valley: 23.0 inches
  • Frelinghuysen: 16.7 inches
  • Hackettstown: 16.0 inches
  • Hope: 16.0 inches
  • Stewartsville: 15.8 inches

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