[UPDATED] The Department of Public Works says they’re ready for the impending storm. The Management at DPW tells TLS they have 20 plows trucks, as well as salt trucks, ready to go if necessary.“We are monitoring the storm closely”, an official at DPW said.
The salt trucks will be salting the streets as soon as the snow hits, but plowing won’t begin until accumulation reaches three inches, the official said.
Snow is expected to hit Lakewood later in the afternoon and possibly bring 4-8 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service.
UPDATE 4PM FRIDAY: Officials now say snow accumulation stands at 2-4 inches for Ocean County.
The Winter Storm Warning has been cancelled, and has bee replaced by a Winter Weather Advisory.
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