Precipitation has ended for most of New Jersey, but more is expected overnight.
A major winter storm is reaking havoc on portions of New Jersey.
Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts some portions of northern New Jersey will see more than a foot of snow Thursday.
With large accumulation totals predicted, officials are trying to get ahead of the storm by prepping roadways.
Szatkowski says snow from the latest storm is expected to be heavy and wet, which may cause power outages.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects New Jersey to get between 2 and 12 inches of snow, depending upon location.
Transportation was difficult on the roads and the rails during the latest winter storm.
PSE&G, JCP&L and Atlantic City Electric customers were in the dark Wednesday as a winter storm dumped snow and ice on New Jersey.
PSE&G says that the latest winter storm has provided a busy day with power outages.
Meteorologist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Mount Holly Gary Szatkowski says cold weather will remain heading into next week.
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.