By CBS3 Staff

PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (CBS) — A one-two punch for South Jersey. Snow blanketed the Garden State twice in one week.

The freezing temperatures and bitter wind on Friday reminded residents winter in the Delaware Valley can be brutal. 

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“I got like three pants on right now,” a Wawa employee said. 

But even with the snow limiting visibility and covering roads in Pennsauken, the conditions weren’t bad enough to keep Randy Nuzum home.

“Bicycling,” Nuzum said. “Bicycling around, catching a little fresh air.”

Nuzum rode by Eyewitness News early Friday morning not exactly outfitted for the elements.

“I got new sneaks, so I wanted to check them out,” Nuzum said.

Roughly three inches of snow fell in Pennsauken. Other parts of South Jersey, including Camden, Gloucester and Burlington Counties, saw up to six inches of snowfall. 

But slushy roads weren’t a worry for Dante Lewis, either.

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“I like driving in it,” Lewis said. “Because I’m a good driver, I have good judgment, so I like testing my skills out in the snow.”

Lewis is a fan of the commute in snow conditions, which is rare. The weather means he can enjoy some time with his daughter at home.

Lewis said the two will spend some of the day playing in the snow.

Speaking of playing in the snow, Eyewitness News won’t be left out of the fun.

Eyewitness News photojournalist Tommy G created the famous CBS3 eye design in the snow.

With the assist from yours truly.

CBS3’s Jan Carabeo contributed to this report.

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