EDISON - While there are still a few flurries in the Garden State, most of the snow and rain have moved out of the area this afternoon.

Ogdenberg had the highest reported snowfall accumulation of 6 inches today, while Lakewood only received about 1.7 inches of snow.

There are still treacherous conditions on the roads due to ice and slush, so it's important to be alert on the streets today. Any snow that falls early this evening will turn into ice when the temperatures fall below the freezing mark.

Travelers might expect an icy start tomorrow morning, and temperatures are expected to be in the teens to low 20s. However, it may feel colder because of the wind chill factor.

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