Another snow storm is making its way to New Jersey, and it's working with plenty of moisture, so heavy snow capable of bringing down tree limbs and power lines is once again in the cards.
While some areas received more than a foot of snow, others got very little or none at all.
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Over a foot of snow is likely for much of the state, with isolated areas nearing two feet.
Parts of New Jersey could see over a foot of snow, coastal flooding and beach erosion.
Double digit snowfall totals are likely for at least northern New Jersey in a storm expected to hit Monday into Tuesday.
Many schools and government offices are closed and travel could be difficult.
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Meteorologist John Cifelli says most of New Jersey got between six and eight inches of snow. The state will see very low temperatures Friday, but they will increase for next week.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects snow totals to be on the high end with this latest winter storm.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says snow will begin overnight Wednesday and accumulate statewide.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says snow, sleet and freezing rain will give way to rain and then turn to snow for Thursday.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says New Jersey will see snow and ice Sunday, which could make for a messy Monday morning.
Meteorologist John Cifelli updates his forecast of snow and ice for Sunday into Monday.