New Jersey blanketed by snow from Nor'easter

WABC's Derick Waller reports from Morristown, New Jersey, which has been severely affected by the winter storm.
1:04 | 02/01/21

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Want to turn to New Jersey now, really getting pummelled as well, want to turn to our direction waller, in morristown, New Jersey. Derek? Reporter: Good morning. The best part of a snowstorm is when it first starts coming down. We're on the morristown green here in New Jersey. A winter wonderland here. If you take a look at the road here, it's snow covered and it's slushy and it's very slick. Officials are urging people to stay off the roads today so critical so the salt spreaderses and the plows can get to work this morning. I can show you how much has fallen so far, already this is getting above my ankles, and they say this is just starting. Continue all day and into Tuesday as we mentioned, we're expected 18 inches or more, maybe 2 feet of snow to fall here in northern New Jersey. That's the latest here. Back to robin. All right, Derek, thank you so much.

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