Unofficial figures out: Here is how much snow fell in your townPosted: Updated:
The National Weather Service has come out with unofficial figures for the amount of snow that fell across the state Monday into this morning.
According to the figures, Highland Lakes in Sussex County had the most, with 12.7 inches, followed by Rockaway Township in Morris County at 10.1 inches.
The southern part of the state, such as Monmouth and Ocean counties, received a light dusting of snow, for the most part.
Thousands of people remain without power throughout the state, mainly in Sussex, Morris and Warren counties.
New Jersey State Police say they responded to 428 accidents by Monday 6 p.m., and had 312 calls to assist motorists.
MORE: Dec. 2 snowstorm photos from around the tri-state area.
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