Here is a time lapse video of several stretches during the Blizzard of ‘15 that struck on the last Monday and Tuesday of January 2015. While the storm dumped up to 3 feet of snow in parts of New England, New Jersey got a break thanks to the storm’s center moving 100 miles to the east of its forecasted position, and only received less than a foot of snow.
Here is video footage of the Blizzard of 2015 winding down in Northwestern Middlesex County, New Jersey on the last Tuesday of January ‘15. The storm brought only about 6 inches to South Plainfield with higher amounts further to the east in Middlesex and Monmouth counties. Long Island received in upwards of 2 feet while portions of New England got close to 3 feet.
Here is storm footage of the Blizzard of 2015 as it began to bring snow to the Northern Middlesex County towns of Edison and South Plainfield on the last Monday afternoon of January 2015. The storm brought some light to moderate snow during the afternoon as winds began to pick up.
Here is car cam footage from the GWC GoPro cam of the drive home from work in the Blizzard of 2015 in Middlesex County, New Jersey. The weather began to pick up during the afternoon as a solid band of snow stayed put over a swath that stretch across some of the five boroughs of New York City into Central Jersey. Traffic slowed down considerably on portions of Interstate 287 North in Edison and South Plainfield as a result.