EDISON - Aggressive winds are currently affecting much of the Garden State as the two-part nor'easter continues.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says the snow was not as bad as originally anticipated, but the winds continue to consistently reach 20 to 40 mph.

Curren says that some snow has been mixing in with sporadic rain showers, which he says could decrease snow totals during the second part of the storm.

A coastal flood warning is in place for the entire Jersey Shore through Thursday evening. Moderate tidal flooding is expected with pockets of major flooding possible. A high wind warning is also in effect through Thursday for winds reaching 20 to 40 mph that could pack gusts up to 65 mph.