SAYREVILLE - New Jersey is bracing for another storm that has the potential to dump about a foot of snow in parts of the state.

New Jersey State Police Superintendent Colonel Rick Fuentes advised, in a news release, that all state residents and commuters prepare for the impending winter weather, which could impact the evening rush hour commute.

The state Transportation Department began pretreating roads on Monday in anticipation of the heavy snowfall.

Officials with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which operates Newark Liberty International Airport, say they are ready with equipment and supplies for the approaching snowstorm.

Several municipalities around the Garden State are urging residents to remove their vehicles from "snow emergency routes" today in order for workers to effectively plow the streets.

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