New Jerseyans are getting a strong taste of winter from temperatures well below freezing, biting wind chills and light snow.
An inch to an inch and a half of snow fell over most of central and southern New Jersey. That was accompanied by cold air with temperatures not expected to get out of the 20s Tuesday.
The National Weather Service says scattered snow showers are possible Tuesday morning in Sussex, Warren and Morris counties. They could leave a dusting to an inch of new snow, mainly in the higher elevations.
Transportation Department crews have treated most major roads. However, motorists are urged to use caution because of slippery spots.