EDISON - People across New Jersey dealt with another round of wintry weather Monday.

The National Weather Service issued a freezing rain advisory for parts of the state until Tuesday.

The Garden State saw a few inches of snow before the precipitation changed over to rain by Monday evening.

The weather caused some traveling issues. Newark Liberty International Airport saw some flight disruptions and delays. Travelers are urged to check with their airline to find out the status of their flights.

Officials expected slick and icy roads overnight.

The New Jersey Department of Transportation wants drivers to use caution and monitor their speed while traveling. They also want to remind drivers to remove snow and ice from their cars before heading out.

The wintry precipitation comes after record-breaking cold temperatures sent the Northeast into a deep freeze over the weekend.

Temperatures will climb heading into Tuesday, with highs around 55 degrees.