Those at the Jersey Shore were worried about coastal flooding from the storm.
More than 10 inches of snow has fallen in some areas and temperatures have plummeted.
Ahead of the snowstorm, were making preparations.
NOAA Meteorologist says New Jersey will get five to eight inches of snow.
Ahead of the first winter storm of 2014, the NJ Office of Emergency Management and AAA have made recommendations.
As snow fell in NJ Tues., salt truck drivers were out in force clearing roadways.
More than a year after Hurricane Sandy hit, hundreds of Union Beach residents are still homeless.
A snowstorm delayed travel and closed schools around the Garden State.
Since Sandy, those in Seaside Heights say flooding conditions are worse.
Warning Coordinator Meteorologist for NOAA in Mount Holly Joe Miketta said that extremely cold temperatures are expected for the next few nights.
The Garden State is expected to get two to four inches of snow from Tuesday's storm.
Joe Miketta said three to five inches of snow are expected Tuesday, mostly in the southern half of the state.
Scientists project Jersey Shore sea level to rise 11 to 15 inches higher than the global average for next century.
The South Jersey town and one in the Philippines are sister cities.
Residents are working to help those who have suffered from the typhoon.