NJ deals with latest blast of snow

NJ ready to deal with snow as flakes begin to fall

NJ ready to deal with snow as flakes begin to fall (12/10/13)

EDISON - Drivers across New Jersey hit the roads as snow fell across the state.

Snow plows and salt trucks were on the roads early Tuesday prepping the roads for the morning commute. Many of the state's major roadways are clear.

Hundreds of schools statewide closed in anticipation of the storm. Many others dismissed students early.

The federal courthouses in Newark, Camden and Trenton were closed because of the weather.

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