Meteorologist Gary Szatkowski says more snow could be on the way for New Jersey.
The bitter cold temperatures and snowfall have formed more potholes this winter and crews are working hard to keep up.
With frigid temperatures taking hold in New Jersey, those who run homeless shelters are seeing more clients.
Tuesday's storm dumped more than 15 inches of snow on Manalapan and residents spent the morning digging out.
Businesses selling snow related goods benefited from the snow, but others experienced negative effects.
As snow continued to fall throughout the day, roadways became covered, despite efforts of local public works depts.
Majority of people living in Lakewood Township's Tent City declined to seek shelter.
Agencies are coordinating efforts to get the homeless into shelters from cold conditions.
State Climatologist David Robinson says this is not the first time New Jersey has seen the type of extreme temperature drop expected in the coming days and that it can't be looked at alone as a ...
New Jerseyans dug out from the snowstorm as temperatures plummeted.
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.