TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Wet snow is falling across most of New Jersey, the latest component of a late-winter storm that has caused trouble in the state since Wednesday.
Road crews are out treating major highways and the snow is mainly sticking on the grass. However, motorists are urged to use caution because of slick spots.
Unofficial accumulations at this point show 8 inches on the ground in Wantage in Sussex County, 4 inches in Edison, 2 1/2 in Freehold and a trace in Mount Holly.
The National Weather Service says most of the state can expect from 1 to 4 inches before the snow changes to light rain throughout Friday.
Saturday’s forecast calls for temperatures in the 50s.
NJ Transit will continue to cross-honor rail and bus tickets throughout the day.
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