Residents of South Jersey are wary of slippery roads as the snow continues – CBS Philly

PENNSAUKEN, NJ (CBS) – Snow continues to fall in South Jersey, with drivers and travelers taking precautions on the way out on the roads this morning. Speed ​​limits make motorists drive much slower on some of the state’s major roads.

CBS3 saw cars gently drive along Route 38 in Camden County as conditions worsened. However, one man chose two wheels to get through the winter weather.

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Randy Nuzum told Eyewitness News that he took his bike to the local Wawa because he “caught some fresh air.”

“Be really careful, the roads are really slippery,” he told CBS3’s Jan Carabeo early Friday morning.

The sidewalk in the Wawa parking lot is covered in snow, and only one lane with tire tracks enters.

A Wawa employee said the snow this week has made work busy.

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“It’s very cold,” she said. “I’m wearing like three pants right now.”

Just before 5 p.m., plows went into action in Camden County.

Some parts of New Jersey may see up to 2 inches of snow per hour before the system moves out in the middle of the morning.

CBS3’s Jan Carabeo contributed to this report.

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