Snowplows hit the roads as nor'easter ramps up

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Plows stationed at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel have gone to work after waiting all day for snow to fall.

News 12 New Jersey's Brian Donahue has been in Sayreville and now in Holmdel where residents wondered whether snow was going to fall before the nor'easter began to make its true impact around noon.

Around 25 plow trucks sat at the center all morning, waiting to be called into action, and at around 12:30 p.m. nearly all of them hit the roads.

Donahue says some drivers  spent the early morning sleeping in their trucks in preparation for a long day of work.

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