State of Emergency Issued In New Jersey

Late last night, New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy, called for a statewide ‘State Of Emergency’ effective at 5:00 AM on Tuesday, August 4, 2020.

State of Emergency Issued In New Jersey

State of Emergency Issued In New Jersey

This S.O.E. comes as Isaias upgrades from a Tropical Storm to a Category One hurricane once again. While Hurricane Isaias is expected to drop back down to a Tropical Storm there are still some major concerns as winds upwards of 70mph could hit New Jersey causing some possible tornados.

In a post on Facebook he told folks not to be on the roads unless it’s absolutely necessary. If you have to drive be sure to drive slow and use caution.

As a reminder, take down ALL temporary structures, including outdoor dining tents, umbrellas and secure loose furniture and other objects.

With high wind speeds be sure to have your electrics charged and ready to go.

The State Emergency Operations Center will be open throughout the storm. For those living in Central and Southern New Jersey, stay updated at @NWS_MountHolly or by visiting

Tune back later for more info!

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