Thousand still without power in New Jersey after major storm

December 3, 2019 GMT

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Thousands of utility customers in New Jersey remain without power after a massive storm dropped snow, sleet and rain across the state for two days.

Jersey Central Power and Light is reporting 41,634 homes and businesses are without electricity Tuesday afternoon. They are mainly in Sussex, Morris and Warren counties. Another

Roughly 15,000 more customers served by other utilities and solar power groups also had no service.

The National Weather Service says trained spotters have reported Monday’s storm left behind 10 inches of snow in Sussex and Morris counties. Somerset county saw 4 inches and, there was more than 2 inches in Monmouth County.