EDISON - The Garden State was slammed with a major blizzard that brought more than a foot of snow to most of the state and led Acting Gov. Steve Sweeney to declare a state of emergency for New Jersey, which has since been lifted.

The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory until 9a.m. Tuesday for Passaic and Hudson counties due to the high wind conditions causing drifting snow.

The snow started early Sunday and intensified during the day. Parts of the state have reported as much as 32 inches of snow.

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