Recapping what you might have missed over the weekend:
*** As I’m sure you’re aware, Saturday’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade was postponed until April. Officials did their best to get the parade underway, but Mother Nature wouldn’t cooperate according to the Daily Record.
*** Morris County residents are certainly feeling wet. The Daily Record takes a look at the damage from the dangerous storm throughout the county.
*** Morristown’s own New Jersey Revolution Indoor Football Team kicked off its season this weekend. Morristown Green took a look at what can be expected.
Around the State:
*** Morris County certainly wasn’t alone as the storm battered much of the state. Here’s a look at the storm’s effect around New Jersey:
— With thousands without power, Gov. Christie declares a state of emergency.
— Officials in Bergen and Passaic County’s County remain extremely concerned about the flooding a rising Passaic River could cause, accoring to the Bergen Record.
— In Monmouth and Ocean Counties, 50,000 JCP&L Customers are without power.
— The Home News Tribune takes a look at the damage in South Brunswick as more than 100 trees were reported down.
— In Atlantic City, buildings continue to be evacuated as the storm’s winds damaged the City’s structures.