New Jersey residents clean up after snowstorm

Residents across parts of New Jersey dug out Sunday after the first major snowfall of the winter season.



Despite the cold temperatures Sunday, the sun helped to melt away the ice and snow. Residents were advised to be cautious while driving, as untreated roadways could potentially see re-freezing.



In Howell, which got just over 7 inches of snow, Route 9 was looking good for drivers running their Sunday errands.



News 12 meteorologists say temperatures Monday will reach a high of 27 degrees.


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