Slick roads across New Jersey expected to impact Tuesday commute

With more wintry weather and decreasing temperatures, slick roads are expected to plague areas of New Jersey during Tuesday morning's commute. Greg Kierce, head of

Jersey City requesting that rush hour participants leave an hour earlier than usual.

Jersey City requesting that rush hour participants leave an hour earlier than usual. (12/9/13)

JERSEY CITY - With more wintry weather and decreasing temperatures, slick roads are expected to plague areas of New Jersey during Tuesday morning's commute.

Greg Kierce, head of Jersey City's Office of Emergency Management says commuters should give themselves an extra hour on Tuesday morning so they can make it to work on time.

Kierce says all of the area's main roads will be covered with salt.

Keirce says manpower will be out in full force starting at 6 a.m. in an effort to make the commute as smooth as possible.

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