The storm will bring a winter weather impact to the northern half of the state, and southern New Jersey will see mostly rain.
We have more snow and sleet to contend with, as well as anomalous cold thereafter.
Meteorological spring begins March 1, but there are three chances for snow in the first four days of March.
High winds continue to roar through New Jersey, knocking down trees and power lines.
Our midweek winter storm is concluding Wednesday evening, leaving a minor impact on many New Jersey residents and a moderate effect on others.
As of Wednesday evening, a state police ban on commercial trucks on major interstates was still in effect.
Murphy declared the emergency late Tuesday and it took effect at 5 a.m. Wednesday.
The timing of the heaviest snow and sleet will coincide with the evening drive for millions of New Jersey residents.
Gov. Murphy says public safety is top priority when deciding on states of emergency.
The winter storm is winding down Tuesday evening after having thrown the kitchen sink at New Jersey during the day.
Of course, for New Jersey and the rest of the mid-Atlantic, the devil is always in the detail of how quickly this transition from frozen precipitation to rain occurs.
New Jersey will see two rounds of wintry precipitation beginning after dark Sunday.
Legislation would amend the law that triggers emergency shelter for the homeless.
The timing will be critical Tuesday, as the arrival of the cold will coincide with the drive home.
As of 9:15 p.m. Saturday evening, snow and sleet is falling north of a line along the Mercer-Hunterdon border.