If you're accustomed to crisscrossing America's highways and byways for a living, a nor'easter might not grab your attention the way it does for New Jersey residents.
The morning after the second nor'easter in a week buffeted the area with heavy rain, snow and winds, we paid a visit to Love's Travel Stop in Bordentown Township to see how the long distance truckers were handling the weather.
Craig Stevens, who's from Minnesota was unfazed by the snow.
"This is nothing. This is normal stuff for me. I don't know why they closed the roads in New York last night," he said. By Michael Mancuso NJ.com