TRENTON, N.J. (AP) – New Jersey officials say non-essential state employees will operate on a two-hour delayed opening due to the forecast of a possible winter storm.

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The office of Gov. Phil Murphy says in a statement early Wednesday that because of the potential for snow, mixed precipitation and freezing temperatures, non-essential state employees will operate on a delayed opening of two hours from their normal start time. That should allow enough time for roadways, parking lots and sidewalks to be cleared.

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Essential employees are expected to report to work at their regular time.

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