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Northern New Jersey Gets its First Measurable Snow Fall of Winter

In New Jersey, a measurable amount of snow has fallen over the past 18 hours in the area north of Trenton. At least two inches of snow has been observed in Hunterdon and Morris counties. Apparently, more snow has accumulated in Northwestern New Jersey than anyplace else.

Snow has continued to fall this morning in the area around Morristown. But, the temperature has been slightly above freezing, limiting further accumulation.

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