FORDS, N.J. (CBS) — New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is warning residents to stay safe as a state of emergency remains in effect in the Garden State for the Nor’Easter that moved through the region overnight. Murphy spoke in a news conference Tuesday morning.

He pleaded for people to use common sense.

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“While we prefer everyone to stay in, we recognize that may just not be possible, if you are out on our roads and come across a flooded section, please just turn around don’t go ahead,” Murphy said.

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Officials are worried about more power outages later in the day Tuesday as some areas could see higher winds.

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