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***We do not take cash payments in the drop box and are not responsible for cash payments left in the drop box**** COVID-19 Cases as of 4/20~ 357 in Mendham Borough information from County of Morris, NJ Office of Health Management**** This is a cumulative number since the state started reporting on cases****     
***We do not take cash payments in the drop box and are not responsible for cash payments left in the drop box**** COVID-19 Cases as of 4/20~ 357 in Mendham Borough information from County of Morris, NJ Office of Health Management**** This is a cumulative number since the state started reporting on cases****     

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Message from Morris County OEM

Release Date: December 15, 2020

The Morris County Office of Emergency Management’s Emergency Operations Center continues to be actively monitoring this storm in partnership with our Morris County Communications 9-1-1 Center. At this time, The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning which is in effect from 10:00AM Wednesday, December 16th until 10:00AM Thursday, December 17th. The Hazardous Weather Outlook has been issued for northern New Jersey, east central Pennsylvania, and northeast Pennsylvania. Storm snow accumulation totals are UP!

 Keep in mind that this forecast data will likely change. As of this morning, our weather partners have indicated that we can expect light snow to move in tomorrow afternoon (Wednesday). The snow will become heavy later in the evening, with snow remaining heavy through Wednesday night. Some sleet may mix in for a period of time with the snow Wednesday evening before turning over to all snow overnight. The heaviest snows are expected in the area of 9:00PM Wednesday through 4:00AM Thursday. Snow is expected to gradually wind down Thursday morning, with dry conditions developing by midday on Thursday. Snowfall accumulations of 12-16" are considered most likely at the time of our review this morning, with localized totals of up to 18-20" possible in the far northwestern areas of the County. Winds will be out of the northeast at 10-20 mph with gusts of 25-35 mph. Strongest winds are expected between 10:00PM Wed – 6:00AM Thurs. 

It is important to understand that travel could be extremely difficult to impossible. The hazardous conditions could very likely impact the evening commute on Wednesday and the morning commute on Thursday. The heavy snow could result in power outages. If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food, and water in your vehicle along with warm clothing in case of an emergency.

Please make sure you look after your elderly relatives, neighbors and those with special needs as well as your animals since they are also family.

Have an emergency plan in place!

Stay safe!

Morris County OEM