Cleanup continues across NJ after nor'easter snowstorm

Many people around New Jersey are still dealing with the aftermath of a nor'easter that left more than a foot of snow in parts of the state.

In Summit, town officials have set up warming and charging stations at the Summit Middle School for those affected by the storm.

Approximately 338,000 homes and businesses remain without electricity around the Garden State after the heavy, wet snow broke tree limbs that snapped power lines. Utility crews were still working around the clock to restore power to customers.

Several school districts remain closed today due to power outages and downed trees blocking roadways. Many towns postponed Halloween because of the dangers posed by the downed power lines and trees.

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