Nor’easter “Stella” Blankets Livingston in Snow
A fierce and fast-moving nor’easter dubbed “Stella” by weather forecasters dumped about a foot of snow on Livingston on Tuesday, March 14. The storm hit New Jersey, dropping up to 20 inches in some parts of the state, before heading north to ravage New England.
“This was a nasty storm,” said Mike Anello, Livingston’s superintendent of Public Works. “What killed us was the ice.” The storm had been predicted to drop some 18 to 24 inches of snow on the area; however, a three-to-four hour period of sleet kept the snow totals down while creating an extreme ice hazard.
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