Phil Murphy announced a state of emergency on Tuesday night before the winter storm, which is expected to drop about 3 inches of snow in many parts of New Jersey on Wednesday.
The state of emergency comes into effect on Wednesday at 5 o'clock in the morning
of snowfall can be rude to the travelers Wednesday night. Journey to work should be fine as the snow will start moving from South to North in New Jersey around 10 am and is expected to enter the Interstate 80 area by about 1 am, reports the National Meteorological Service in its forecast for Tuesday.
Murphy told a public event in Piscataway on Tuesday that everyone in the state should be ready to get some degree of snow on Wednesday and that drivers should expect a confused journey. urge residents of New Jersey to move with caution and use their best opinion during that time, "Murphy said in a statement. We are actively watching the storm and we are ready to use all available resources to ensure road safety. "
Murphy said on Tuesday that the storm would hit South Jersey on Wednesday morning and would move upside-down in the middle of the working day
List of school closures, early redundancies due to snow
Plan in advance, "he said at a public event.
The Governor's Statement of Emergency Situation usually comes with rigorous warnings for people to stay out of the way, even though law enforcement officers do not have the authority to ticketers. possibility of p responding to shut down roads, evacuate their homes, and prepare equipment or other resources to protect public safety.
In addition, following a heavy storm, civil servants may seek financial assistance from the federal government performing repairs , and an emergency statement is a necessary step in this process.
Watch social media accounts for the State Emergency Management Service and the State of New Jersey for updates:
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