FIRST PERSON | DENVILLE, N.J. -- There are two types in northern New Jersey right now during the nor'easter: the have and the have-nots. Those of us who have power are sheltering friends and family and doing our best to support our neighbors.
Many however, refuse to take refuge in the homes of friends or family. They feel they would be an imposition or cannot bring pets. People who know better are freezing in their homes as a nor'easter dumps up to six inches of snow here in the New York-New Jersey region. Those who have power are hoping we don't have additional outages. It's very cold and there is a biting wind that is howling outside.
Snow is piling up here in Morris County and the roads are a mess. The schools already called for a 90-minute delay Thursday morning -- after having missed so much school already. The lights have flickered and the trees look heavy with wet snow.
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