Snow and sleet have stopped falling in most of New Jersey and the clean up has started.

But authorities say drivers still need to be extra cautious because many roads remain slick and slippery.

Road crews have been salting and plowing roads since midnight, as the wintry mix of snow, rain, sleet and freezing rain created treacherous travel conditions in some areas.

Officials say few accidents had been reported as of 4 p.m. But speed limits remain reduced on some major highways, including the New Jersey Turnpike, and many secondary roads remain untreated.

No storm-related delays were reported at Newark Liberty Airport. But LaGuardia and JFK airports were reporting some disruptions.

North Jersey has seen 3 to 8 inches of snow, with 1 to 2 inches in central areas. Southern areas saw mostly rain.

Snowfall amounts around New Jersey, as of 7 p.m. Saturday:


Atlantic City (Atlantic County): 1.6 inches
Butler (Morris County): 6 inches
Elizabeth (Union County): 4.5 inches
Elmwood Park (Bergen County): 4.2 inches
Harrison (Hudson County): 4 inches
Florence (Burlington County): 2.4 inches
Freehold (Monmouth County): 3 inches
Lakewood (Ocean County): 1.7 inches
Mount Laurel (Burlington County): 2 inches
Newark Airport (Essex County): 3.3 inches
Oakland (Bergen County): 6.5 inches
Pennsauken (Camden County): 1.3 inches
Perth Amboy (Middlesex County): 3 inches
Phillipsburg (Warren County): 3 inches
Pittsgrove (Salem County): 2 inches
Ringwood (Passaic County): 8 inches
Rockaway (Morris County): 4 inches
Sparta (Sussex County) 6.3 inches
Wantage (Sussex County): 4.7 inches
West Milford (Passaic County): 7 inches
Whitehouse Station (Hunterdon County): 3 inches

Source: National Weather Service


The Associated Press contributed to this report.