Public Safety building in Morristown ready for the snow

Crews around New Jersey were getting ready Thursday as the threat of a major snowstorm looms, including employees at the public safety building in Morristown.



Crews are responsible for clearing 750 lane miles of roadway in the county.



"Right now the roads are obviously very warm and obviously with the significant accumulation, the road temps aren't going to matter because there's so much snow that it's not going to melt that quick," says Morris County OEM Director Jeff Paul.



The storm is expected to be widespread, where snowfall anywhere from eight to 10 is expected to fall.


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