A wintry mix of precipitation is falling around New Jersey on Tuesday.

Snow along I-78 in Clinton (NJ DOT)

The worst of the snow is expected to be in Hunterdon, Somerset, Morris, Sussex,  & Warren counties where the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory in effect until 7PM.

As of 1:30PM snow totals around New Jersey range from 2 inches in Whitehouse Station, 1.8 inches in Skillman 3.4 inches in Wantage to a third of an inch in Ewing.

Snow began falling early Tuesday morning and changed to a wintry mix in central & southern areas. Precipitation should end as snow in all areas this evening.

Forecasters expect 2-4 inches of snow to accumulate in northern counties north of I-78  and less than an inch elsewhere before ending tonight.

New Jersey Transit will offer system wide cross-honoring on Tuesday. Customers will be able to use their tickets or passes on buses, trains and light rail.

NJ Transit trains remain on modified schedules because of Superstorm Sandy.

The National Weather Service's accumulation map for Tuesday's storm. (NWS)