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South Jersey Endures Another Wintry Punch

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SEA ISLE CITY, N.J. -

Mother Nature is not giving us much of a break with all this snow.

The latest storm Tuesday night into Wednesday morning brought more of it from Atlanta all of the way up to South Jersey, and it hit some spots harder than others.

Slick and snowy roads led to some tricky conditions for your morning commute.

But they didn't stop FOX 29's Steve Keeley and photographer Chris Fox from getting around to check on the roads from seven different locations on Wednesday morning alone!

They reported live on "Good Day Philadelphia" from Atlantic City, Egg Harbor Township, Mays Landing, Monroe Township, Sea Isle City, Washington Township and Williamstown.

Keeley's snowy photos from the shore are excellent.

And then he live-tweeted traffic conditions due to a fatal New Jersey Turnpike accident while trying to make his way back to Philly.

If you're not following @KeeleyFox29 on Twitter, you're missing out.

Check out his pictures and comments in the slideshow above, his reporting from some of these spots in the videos, and enjoy.

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