Residents, utilities prepare for latest winter storm by anticipating outages

Snow that remains on tree limbs and utility

Snow that remains on tree limbs and utility lines from Monday, is expected to combine with Wednesday's precipitation and could spell disaster for power companies. (February 4, 2014 10:50 PM)

New Jersey is about to get hit with yet another blast of winter, this time in the form of snow, ice and sleet.

Residents are expected to face some major headaches on the roads, rails and even at home.

Those in Highland Park have seen multiple outages in recent weeks and are expecting to face the same struggles with Wednesday's storm.

The previous outages weren't weather-related,...

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