Ocean County hit hardest by weekend blizzard, here’s how much snow each town recorded

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TOMS RIVER, NJ – A weekend winter nor’easter with blizzard-like conditions ravaged the Jersey Shore Friday night into Saturday. The storm brought high winds, large snowdrifts, coastal flooding and made a nightmare out of the county road system. The coastal areas of Ocean County received the most snowfall, including Bayville, Brick, Toms River, Point Pleasant and Little Egg Harbor.

So much snow fell in Toms River, that the Bennett Indoor Sports Complex, more commonly known as the Toms River Bubble, partially collapsed under the weight of the snow, rekindling memories of 2012’s Superstorm Sandy when the same thing happened then.

Ocean County was the hardest hit of the northern shore region as snowfalls tapered as the storm headed northward.

The National Weather Service has reported the following snowfall amounts in your town. Have other snowfall totals or photos to share, put them in the comments below.

  • Barrier Island – 21.0″
  • Bayville – 21.0″
  • Beachwood – 19.4″
  • Point Pleasant Beach – 17.0″
  • Tuckerton – 17.0″
  • Point Pleasant – 16.8″
  • Brick – 16.4″
  • Little Egg Harbor – 16.0″
  • Toms River – 16.0″
  • Manchester – 15.1″
  • Jackson – 14.1″
  • Long Beach Island – 13.0″
  • Manahawkin – 13.0″
  • Lakewood 12.0″
  • Island Beach State Park – 11.4″
  • New Egypt 11.0″
  • Lakehurst 10.5″