After Roselle's mayor made a call they recieved salt. But many are having trouble replenishing their supply.
Municipalities have dangerously low salt supplies after getting more snow than usual.
State Climatologist David Robinson said that this winter is in ninth place in terms of snowfall, based on 120 years of state records.
Meteorologist Cifelli expects up to 4" of snow during morning commute on Tues., making it difficult and dangerous.
The New Jersey League of Municipalities Executive Director Bill Dressel said all 565 municipalities are impacted by the unprecedented five state wide emergencies declared by Governor Chris Christie ...
Municipalities throughout the state are facing dangerously low salt supplies this winter.
A day after a major winter storm canceled hundreds of flights, planes were taking off from Newark Airport.
Cifelli says another storm will bring snow to NJ this weekend, but a change in temperatures is on the way.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects up to three inches of snow to fall in New Jersey.
Snow fell quickly, causing travel headaches on roads, rails and the air.
NJ Transit's William Smith said that he is optimistic NJ Transit will be able to return to full service Friday.
A major winter storm grounded many flights at Newark Airport, delaying travel for passengers.
Because DPW officials had to plow snow over storm drains, flooding became a concern.
Meteorologist Cifelli says that snow will return with possible accumulations of 6" in some portions of NJ overnight.
CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg says this winter may be one of the worst for travel.