The late-winter storm that brought powerful winds and coastal flooding to new Jersey is ending on a snowy note.

Water levels that caused flooding on roads in Sea Bright and Absecon continue to drop as wet snow from a late-winter storm falls across the state.

The National Weather Service says most of the state can expect from 1 to 6 inches before the snow changes to light rain during Friday afternoon.

Unofficial accumulations show more than 9 inches on the ground in Wantage in Sussex County, 4 inches in Edison, 4 1/2 inches in Freehold and a trace at Atlantic City airport.

The snow is causing slick driving conditions.

NJ Transit will cross-honor bus and rail tickets throughout the day.

Saturday's forecast calls for temperatures in the 50s.

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