Advisory for January 4, 2018
Winter Storm Grayson
At the time of this update, forecasts indicate the
probability of snow and high winds for our area beginning in
the early morning hours of Thursday morning, January 4, 2018, and continuing throughout the day.
At the time of this notice, 3 to 5 inches of snowfall is forecasted for our area. However, predicted snowfall increases just to
our east (heading toward the coast) and decreases just to our west (heading
toward the Delaware River). Therefore, even
slight changes in Winter Storm Grayson’s path overnight could alter forecasts.
Additionally, winds will increase throughout the morning,
with sustained winds of
between 18 mph and 23 mph forecasted
for the mid-morning, wind gusts
of 30 mph and 35 mph expected and higher isolated wind gusts possible.
Residents are encouraged to continue monitoring weather forecasts
for the latest updates.
have been applying brine on primary roadways today in preparation for this
storm. Hamilton's Department of Public
Works and Office of Emergency Management will continue to monitor Winter Storm
Yaede and Hamilton’s Office of Emergency Management urge residents to exercise
caution if traveling during and/or following snowfall.