A snowstorm delayed travel and closed schools around the Garden State.
The Garden State is expected to get two to four inches of snow from Tuesday's storm.
After getting slammed by Hurricane Sandy, residents and officials were concerned about the effects of the nor'easter.
Some residents in the northern part of the state used public transportation to get around during the snowstorm.
Gary Szatkowski, Meteorologist-in-Charge at the National Weather Service in Mount Holly, says any hope that the Garden State may be spared by this nor'easter has evaporated.
A mix of snow, sleet, freezing rain and then, just plain rain made driving and walking around a messy endeavor.