Some roads wet, slushy after overnight snow

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MORRISTOWN -

People across New Jersey woke up Sunday to mostly clear roads and sidewalks after the blast of overnight snow.

Some parts of northern New Jersey saw up to 8 inches, but as temperatures rose, the snow quickly began to melt.

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People were out clearing the sidewalks in Morristown. They say their job was trickier than in other places, because as the snow started heavy and wet Saturday night, it changed over to sleet and then went back to the heavy wet snow.

Despite the shoveling, businesses in downtown Morristown were open and ready for customers.

"Because of the snow, people clean up and they come in here for bagels," says Jersey Boy Bagels owner Aref Aboukwaik.

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