Flooding across the state required some stranded motorists to be rescued from their cars.
Colder and windy Wednesday behind the cold front
Light snow possible in northern New Jersey Friday morning
More substantial storm for the rest of the state likely on Saturday
It seems ...
We are still a few weeks away from sustained spring-like weather, and it looks like it will be one of those years where we go straight from winter to spring.
Our spring nor'easter is slowly sliding away. The key word is "slowly," as it will be several hours yet before snow winds down across New Jersey.
Gov. Murphy spoke about conditions around the Garden State.
If the forecast comes to fruition, it's a historic storm in a parade of nearly unprecedented March winter weather.
The forecast remains on track for a high-impact, long duration winter weather event.
A powerful coastal storm will spin up and deepen well off the coast of the lower mid-Atlantic Monday, and swing just wide of our coastline to brush the state with a light snowfall Monday night.
Some are still without power as the winter storm comes to an end.
Several inches of snow is expected to hit the Garden State.
Another nor'easter arrives Tuesday and more snow is expected to a wider part of the state.
The nor'easter that brought March in like a lion is sliding away, but many across New Jersey will feel its impacts long after the last snowflakes and raindrops have fallen.
Coastal flooding remains the biggest, or second biggest impact of this storm.
The nor'easter is expected to produce high winds, rain, snow and coastal flooding across the Garden State.
A powerful coastal storm will wreak weather havoc across New Jersey beginning late Thursday through Saturday this weekend.