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Hoboken Could Finally See This Winter’s First Snowfall – What We Know

by Hoboken Girl Team
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Hoboken + Jersey City may finally be getting their first snow of the season. A Nixle alert from the City of Hoboken was sent out this morning, Monday, February 27th, 2023, alerting residents of a potential snowstorm. In what has been a relatively mild winter in Hudson County, this season’s weather has had residents asking, “will it snow at all in Hoboken this year?” Read on for what we know about tonight’s snow forecast.

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Earlier this morning, the National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Hoboken due to forecasted snowfall of 1-3 inches. According to the Nixel alert, this advisory is in effect from 6:00PM Monday night through 1:00PM Tuesday. However, the snow is expected to become rain early Tuesday morning, February 28th. The rain is anticipated to end around 2:00pm on Tuesday afternoon. Residents are encouraged to monitor local forecasts for additional advisories, watches, and warnings.

Read more: A Guide to Parking in Hoboken During a Snowstorm

Per the City of Hoboken Nixel alert, “The City’s Department of Environmental Services will salt and plow streets as needed. Property owners and occupants are reminded that they are responsible to remove snow and ice from sidewalks adjacent to their property, along with adjoining curb ramps or curb cuts, within six (6) hours after the completion of a storm”.

As a reminder from the city, “Residents are urged to assist elderly or disabled neighbors with clearing snow from their properties. It is illegal to shovel snow back onto streets or onto fire hydrants.”

If you see an issue, please report it, as the City “relies on citizen complaints to help identify property owners that are not meeting sidewalk safety requirements”.  Please keep in mind, the City will issue fines to those who do not keep sidewalks clear.

See more: Montclair Could Get Several Inches of Snow Tonight — What You Need to Know

To report an un-shoveled sidewalk, please email sanitationinspectors@hobokennj.gov.

For more information, follow the City’s Twitter (twitter.com/cityofhoboken) and Facebook (facebook.com/hoboken) or sign up to receive email or text updates by visiting www.hobokennj.gov/alerts.

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