Southern Jersey bears brunt of latest snowstorm

Road crews remain out in force on New Jersey's roadways Friday morning as they clear away several inches of snow that fell across the Garden State Thursday.

Most of the white stuff fell in the southern, coastal areas of the state in Cape May and Atlantic counties.

Commuters should expect slick roads during the morning rush. Although crews have been out in force since Thursday, the roads are still covered with a slick mix of snow and ice.

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