NEW YORK - Another minor storm dumped several inches of snow across the tristate area on Thursday morning.
Light snow showers were expected to continue to fall through the mid-morning hours before shutting down later in the day.
The heaviest snow was in the central and southern sections of New Jersey where some could see 2-5" of snow.
Forked River in Ocean County had the highest early morning report with 4 inches at 6 a.m.
Cranbury in Middlesex County had seen 2.6 inches by 6:30 a.m. Howell in Monmouth County had 2 inches by 6 a.m.
Various locations in Somerset County had seen more than 2 inches of new snow.
In New York, snow amounts were expected to be lower but a winter weather advisory was up for New York City and Long Island until 10 a.m.
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