New Jersey’s snowiest decade since the 1960s was 2010-2019. The 2010s saw nearly 270 inches of snowfall in Atlantic City (beating the 1960s by 18″) and parts of the state got over 50 feet of snow in the last 10 years. In a single day in 2016, Bernards Township (in Somerset County) saw 30 inches of snow! The 2020s seem to be off to a different start. This winter has been one of the least snowy ever.

What do you think about our warm, dry winter? It certainly means less shoveling but it does have its downsides. It’s not ideal for skiing and let’s not even get into the ticks…


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