Downgraded Jeanne still being mean to New Jersey drivers

(09/28/04) CRANBURY Jeanne may no longer be a hurricane, but it is still causing problems for New Jersey commuters.

Although experts say flooding will probably not be a problem, safety on the roads will still be an issue. Drivers can expect periods of heavy rainfall throughout most of Tuesday as they traverse roads throughout the state.

Commuters stopping at the Molly Pitcher Rest Area in Cranbury say they have seen heavy intermittent rainfall during their drive down the New Jersey Turnpike. They also offered some common, but useful advice drive slowly and leave plenty of time to get to your destination.

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