Icy, slushy conditions this morning, JSHN contributors report

    Once again, the general consensus is this: stay home if you can.

    After yet another winter storm, which dropped up to six inches of snow in portions of the Jersey Shore, many roadways and sidewalks are icy and slushy this morning.

    The National Weather Service says precipitation will be coming to an end this morning, with temperatures rising above freezing, but untreated surfaces will likely remain treacherous. 

    JSHN contributor reports on the conditions as of 9:00 a.m.:

    Christine Stuart Campana: Plowed nothing in my Brick neighborhood.
    Taylor Gilman: My neighborhood in Brick isn’t plowed, like usual.
    Darren Pisano: Main roads are not too bad. Side roads are still kind of a slushy mess. All I know is that come tomorrow night the temps are supposed to be in the single digits and is going to be a major issue with ice because there is standing water everywhere.
    Dylan Sullivan: Hazlet is horrible.
    Christina Jensen: Bad in Pine Beach.
    Dominick Solazzo: Dangerous icy side roads in South Seaside Park. 
    Shauna Selby-Teague: Parkway Exit 129 to 136 all clear…Side roads a mess.
    Ray Motsch: In Manahawkin, Ocean County they plowed back roads last night. Now they are slushy and icy. Guess they are waiting for temps to rise and rain to melt it all instead of salting. Probably saving salt to use when it freezes tonight.
    Leslie Ann: Big slushy mess in Toms River! I fish-tailed badly while making a turn! If you don’t need to be out. stay home.
    Marion Costa: Ugh, what a mess. Sidewalks covered with ice, under water, wet sopping snow, ice laden trees…….MISERY! Shadow Lake Village.
    Rudy Bastin: Roads down to blacktop in my development in Howell.
    Bru Mil: Brick Township apparently did nothing. Roads have deep slush tracks and are hazardous.
    Rosemary Brown Sullivan: Jackson really bad as usual.
    Sophia Scott: Asbury Park [is a] nightmare!
    E Carolyne Mariana Constancia: Barnegat side roads are horrible. Very icy. Be careful!

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