CLIFTON - Snow has ended in northern and central New Jersey as a two-day storm system pulls away from the coast.
Residents in Clifton say they hope this is the last storm they'll have to deal with for a while.
Salt spreaders were on the roadways early this morning because of slick conditions created by the snow, sleet and freezing rain overnight.
The storm moved through the area last night bringing thunder, lightning and even pea-sized hail to parts of the Garden State.
News 12 New Jersey meteorologist Dave Curren says about 10 inches of snow fell in parts of Sussex and Morris counties to less than half an inch near the Jersey Shore.