Toms River officials are urging residents to move their cars off public streets so plows can remove the snow that is forecast to fall from the impending storm.
Residents are being advised not to leave their cars on the street overnight between Thursday and Friday so plowing operations can be completed more efficiently.
The National Weather Service office in Mount Holly has predicted 4-8
inches of snow for coastal Ocean County, and a winter storm warning is
in effect from 6 p.m. Thursday to 1 p.m. Friday.
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