Governor Phil Murphy held a press conference this morning (Wednesday, December 16) to discuss New Jersey’s preparedness efforts for today’s winter storm.
Murphy declared a weather state of emergency beginning at 2 pm with all state offices closing at 1 pm.
“We urge all New Jerseyans to stay off the roads, stay at home, and stay safe,” Murphy shared to Facebook.
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