EDISON - Snow shovels were out in northern parts of New Jersey today as 4-8 inches of snow blanketed the area.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says now it's southern New Jersey's turn for accumulating snow tonight.
This wintry precipitation will create slippery roads for tomorrow morning. Drivers are urged to use caution while driving on slick roadways.
The sun does come out for tomorrow, but it will be cold with temperatures no better than 30 degrees for most of the state.Weather CenterWatch News 12Watch News 12 Traffic and WeatherSubmit Photos/Video
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