Over 50,000 without power at the Jersey Shore as of 8 a.m.

     Beachwood this morning. (Photo: Janette Velez-Lebron)

    Beachwood this morning. (Photo: Janette Velez-Lebron)

    Tens of thousands are currently without power at the Jersey Shore.

    It’s due to strong winds combined with mixed precipitation sticking to power lines in some areas, according to the National Weather Service.

    Some trees and power lines are down and transformers are malfunctioning throughout the Shore, emergency radio transmissions indicate. 

    As the storm continues and intensifies today, additional power outages are likely. 

    Here’s the breakdown as of 8 a.m.:

    Monmouth: 2,361

    Ocean: 19,947 

    Atlantic: 8,364

    Cape May: 21,240

    Visit the JCP&L and Atlantic City Electric outage maps for restoration information and updates. 

    The National Weather Service expects blizzard conditions to continue throughout the day due to gusty winds blowing snow and creating poor visibility.

    Up to 2 feet of snow is possible by tomorrow morning. 

    Follow JSHN for updates throughout the day.

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