HILLSBOROUGH, NJ — Hillsborough first responders were busy this week responding to many calls in connection with the Tuesday night winter storm.
The storm from Jan. 9 to 10 dropped 3.72 inches of rain in the Neshanic area and 2.78 inches in Hillsborough.
Below are the total calls for service for storm-related issues:
A Flood Watch has been issued for Somerset County ahead of another winter storm set to hit the area on Friday. Read More: Flood Watch Issued For Somerset County Ahead Of New Winter Storm
The storm is projected to bring rainfall totals ranging from 0.5-1.5 inches, damaging winds and a chance of coastal flooding. Read More: New Winter Storm Poses Same Flood, Wind, Outage Threats To NJ
Authorities continue to remind residents to “Turn around, don’t drown.”
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The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management offered a few tips to stay safe during flooding events:
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