NJ motorists avoid messy commute after storm

New Jersey residents expecting a messy commute Monday got a small surprise.Many drivers were reporting the roads were not as bad as they thought they would be. Roadways in the Garden State were still wet, but motorists were driving slowly and allowing extra time to get to their destinations. Strong winds are expected to replace the snow, sleet and rain, with forecasters saying gusts could reach 50 miles per hour in parts of the state. A wind advisory is in effect for New Jersey until 1 a.m. Tuesday.There were more than 60 schools across the state that had delayed openings Monday due to the aftermath of the storm.Related information:New Jersey shoppers brave snowy conditions

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