Cape Dig Out

Icicles form on a office building on Rt 9 in Cape May Court House. High winds and bitter cold temperatures are expected into the weekend as residents of South Jersey dig out from Thursday’s blizzard that left up to 17 inches of snow in some areas. Friday Jan 5, 2017. (Dale Gerhard / Press of Atlantic City)

The state of New Jersey has authorized a two-hour delay for non-essential state employees.

According to the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management’s Twitter page, state office will have a delayed opening because of a winter storm up north.

According to the tweet, essential employees should still report to work on their regular schedule.

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