With a foot-plus of snow and gusty winds in the Tri-State area, thousands of residents are still without electricity due to the nor’easter that struck the area Friday.

Over 100,000 residents of northern New Jersey, New York City and Long Island are without power, according to local power companies.

A nor’easter Friday brought heavy, wet snow and powerful winds through the East Coast, toppling trees and tearing down power lines all the way.

(UPDATE as of 7:30 p.m.)

Snowfall Totals

Sparta, NJ: 12 inches
Vernon, NJ: 12 inches
West Milford, NJ: 10 inches
North Caldwell NJ, 19.0 inches
Sloatsburg NJ, 13.0 inches
Whippany NJ, 16.0
Flemington NJ, 10.0 inches
Wayne NJ, 14.5 inches
Hillsborough NJ, 15.3 inches
Monroe, NY: 10.5 inches
Westchester County, NY: 4.5 inches
Huntington NY, 3.2 inches
Warwick NY, 12.5 inches
Armonk NY, 7.0 inches
Bethel, CT: 5 inches
New Fairfield, CT: 13.0 inches
Ridgefield CT, 9.2 inches
Danbury CT, 9.0 inches

Mass Transit

NJ Transit and LIRR service suspended on several rail lines
NJ Transit Bus Service Suspended
Metro North operating a reduced weekday schedule
Amtrak is operating on a modified schedule


Over 2,000 flights cancelled at the three area airports

Power Outages

Con Edison: 11,744
PSE&G LI: 3,850
JCP&L: 92,917

NYC Storm Info

Alternate Side Street Parking Rules Suspended through Thursday
NYC has 693 salt spreaders and 1,600 plows