New Jersey's Sunday snow storm was a fast mover that left less than a foot of snow across the state.

The storm started off as light rain in South Jersey around dawn but quickly turned over to snow for several hours before ending late in the afternoon. According to the National Weather Service, the top amount was 9.1 inches that fell in Westwood.

(See a full list of snow totals below.)

Temperatures plummeted into the teens, causing black ice on roadways and turning snow into icy crust.

"Our second nor'easter in less than a week didn't disappoint. Twelve hours of sloppy weather resulted in upwards of 8 inches of snow accumulation," New Jersey 101.5 Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said.

Two people were hospitalized after a crash on the Pulaski Skyway on the southbound side near the Wilson Avenue exit around 7:30 a.m. Monday, according to Newark police. A cause of the crash remains under investigation.

Stafford police said an 11-year-old boy hit his head while sledding on Riptide Avenue  on Sunday. He was hospitalized several hours later when he didn't feel well, according to police.

Zarrow is expecting another snow event on Tuesday that will leave the most snow in North Jersey, where 2-4 inches of accumulation will likely fall by afternoon.

 

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNJ

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