New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced a state of emergency in new jersey, cover all trips whenever possible. Scheduled flights from New York, Philadelphia and Boston have been canceled in anticipation of the storm is expected to fall as much as 20-30in snow across the region. Winter Storm Juno is expected to inhibit the transport and travel throughout New Jersey. This storm also has delayed jury selection in the trial of the federal death penalty Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Chris Christie says "If you do not have to drive, please stay at home," he said. He added: "I do not expect we will have tomorrow transit." This prohibition does not applies to those who run critical business, medical and media.
The National Weather Service said the storm is expected to hit on Monday afternoon, the condition deteriorated overnight into Tuesday morning. The storm is expected to linger on Wednesday. It is estimated, Massachusetts hardest hit by the storm.
Boston has canceled school on Tuesday, and a state-wide travel ban will take effect at midnight.
Predicted, this storm will be the largest accumulation in Ocean, Monmouth, Middlesex, Hudson, Essex and Union. NJ Transit will be closed until Thursday, and will be opened sooner if possible.