TRENTON — Snow will fall across New Jersey on Friday just in time for the morning commute.

Chief meteorologist Dan Zarrow expects the heaviest snow to fall north of Route 78 where 2-4 inches will likely accumulate on colder surfaces like grass, metal and rooftops along with bridges and overpasses. 1-2 inches is possible south of Route 195 into Ocean and Burlington counties and up to an inch in South Jersey.

Some districts have delayed the start of classes on Friday to allow extra time to arrive at school.

"Road salt and/or brine should work extraordinarily well to keep roads clear of snow accumulation. However, travel issues are almost guaranteed for a time Friday morning, thanks to drastically reduced visibility and slippery roads," Zarrow said.

If you don't see your district or school listed check back as their status could change.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com

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