Areas south of I-95 see more snow than expected

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While the storm barely hit the northern and central parts of the Garden State, southern New Jersey saw higher totals of snowfall Sunday in the first winter storm of 2019.

Areas south of I-95 saw several inches of snow.

New Jersey's Department of Transportation says there were more than 1,000 plows and salt spreaders out in central and southern New Jersey.

Speed restrictions were set for both the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.

Little Egg Harbor School District, Tuckerton Elementary and Pinelands Regional schools all announced they will have delayed openings on Monday morning.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties until Monday 4 a.m.

News 12 meteorologists say that Monday should see mostly sunny skies, with temperatures of 34 degrees.

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