Snow and sleet should accumulate up to 12 inches in the northernmost parts of the state. Look for 3-6 inches in central New Jersey and the northern parts of Philadelphia and New York.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects New Jersey to get between 2 and 12 inches of snow, depending upon location.
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Tuesday's storm dumped more than 15 inches of snow on Manalapan and residents spent the morning digging out.
Businesses selling snow related goods benefited from the snow, but others experienced negative effects.
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As snow continued to fall throughout the day, roadways became covered, despite efforts of local public works depts.
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New Jerseyans dug out from the snowstorm as temperatures plummeted.
Those at the Jersey Shore were worried about coastal flooding from the storm.