New Jersey officials have imposed water-use restrictions statewide to aid conservation amid possible shortages after superstorm Sandy.
Gov. Chris Christie said watering lawns and gardens will be banned for now, as will outdoor car-washing and washing pavement.
He says that 12 water treatment systems across the state have issued boil-water advisories.
Christie says people should also save water by taking shorter showers and other measures.
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Your Friday will feature steadier showers and thunderstorms early giving way to scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. We reach an early High of 64, followed by falling temperatures. Winds pick up out of the NW 10 to 15 mph. Right now the Memorial Day Weekend looks cool with highs in the low to mid 60s.