N.J. weather: Which N.J. towns got the most snow? See latest snowfall totals.


One New Jersey town was pummeled Saturday by more than 13 inches of snow. Several counties saw between 6 to 12 inches blanket sidewalks and streets. And dozens of other areas barely reported an inch, reports from the National Weather Service indicated.

The Garden State’s first major snowfall of 2024 hit hardest in the northwestern part of the state — with parts of Central and South Jersey seeing mostly wet snow, sleet and rain over the cold weekend.

As of Sunday evening, the storm had mainly passed, but a hazardous weather outlook for the inland parts of Ocean County remained in effect until Sunday night.

Meteorologists have now turned their attention to another storm, which could bring between 2 to 3 inches of rain to parts of New Jersey.

The latest forecast for Tuesday’s storm includes possible significant flooding from both rain and melting snow, minor coastal flooding and heavy winds following Saturday’s storm, the NWS said Sunday afternoon.

In its own update Sunday at 2:46 p.m., AccuWeather senior meteorologist Dan Pydynowski, said “the most notable impact from the upcoming storm will be high winds and flooding rainfall.”

Snow accumulates on a snowman decoration at Park Place in Butler on Sunday, January 7, 2024.

Here’s a look at the latest snowfall totals reported in 16 New Jersey counties as of 4 p.m. Sunday.

Bergen County

  • Franklin Lakes: 6.2 inches
  • Oakland: 5.5 inches
  • Glen Rock: 4.0 inches
  • Westwood: 4.0 inches
  • Ridgewood: 3.7 inches
  • Montvale: 3.2 inches
  • 4Fair Lawn: 3.0 inches
  • Westwood: 2.8 inches
  • River Vale: 2.8 inches
  • Tenafly: 1.6 inches
  • Bergenfield: 1.0 inch
  • East Rutherford: 0.5 inches
  • North Arlington: 0.5 inches
  • River Edge: 0.5 inches
  • Palisades Park: Trace

Burlington County

  • Westampton: 0.1 inches
  • Mount Laurel: 0.1 inches
  • Burlington: 0.1 inches
  • Willingboro: 0.1 inches
  • Mansfield: Trace

Camden County

  • Barrington: 0.1 inches
  • Cherry Hill: Trace
  • Gloucester Township: Trace

Essex County

  • North Caldwell: 4.4 inches
  • Verona: 4.0 inches
  • Livingston: 3.6 inches
  • West Orange: 3.5 inches
  • West Caldwell Twp.: 1.3 inches
  • Maplewood: 0.6 inches
  • Newark Airport: 0.4 inches

Gloucester County

  • Franklin Twp.: Trace
  • Paulsboro: Trace
  • Pitman: Trace
  • Wenonah: Trace
A family builds a snowman in their front yard in Boonton on Sunday, January 7, 2024.

Hudson County

Hunterdon County

  • Bethlehem Twp.: 5.0 inches
  • Califon: 5.0 inches
  • Whitehouse Station: 4.5 inches
  • Clinton Twp.: 4.5 inches
  • Lebanon: 4.5 inches
  • High Bridge: 4.4 inches
  • Holland Twp.: 4.0 inches
  • Three Bridges: 3.4 inches
  • Flemington: 3.4 inches
  • Readington Twp.: 3.2 inches
  • Ringoes: 2.5 inches
  • Frenchtown: 2.2 inches
  • Barters Corners: 2.0 inches

Mercer County

  • Woodsville (Hopewell Twp.): 2.0 inches
  • Hopewell: 1.2 inches
  • Trenton-Mercer Airport: 1.0 inches
  • Ewing: 1.0 inch
  • West Windsor Twp.: 0.5 inches
  • Pennington: Trace

Middlesex County

  • Metuchen: 2.0 inches
  • North Brunswick: 2.0 inches
  • New Brunswick: 1.3 inches
  • Woodbridge Twp.: 0.8 inches
  • South Plainfield: 0.5 inches
  • South River: 0.2 inches
  • Old Bridge Twp.: Trace

Monmouth County

  • Howell Twp.: Trace
  • Upper Freehold: Trace

Morris County

  • Green Pond: 8.1 inches
  • Lake Hopatcong: 7.7 inches
  • Mount Arlington: 7.0 inches
  • Jefferson: 7.0 inches
  • Randolph Twp.: 6.8 inches
  • Budd Lake: 6.4 inches
  • Mine Hill: 6.0 inches
  • Jefferson Twp.: 6.0 inches
  • Rockaway: 5.7 inches
  • Chester: 5.5 inches
  • Long Valley: 5.5 inches
  • Harding: 5.5 inches
  • Kinnelon: 5.0 inches
  • Brookside: 4.8 inches
  • Denville Twp.: 4.8 inches
  • Butler: 4.0 inches
  • Morristown: 4.0 inches
  • Whippany: 3.7 inches
  • Pequannock: 3.6 inches
  • Montville: 3.4 inches
  • Chatham: 3.3 inches
  • Mendham: 3 inches
  • Pompton Plains: 2.7 inches
  • Madison: 2.5 inches
  • Mount Olive: 2.3 inches

Passaic County

  • Totowa: 5.0 inches
  • Wayne: 4.5 inches
  • West Milford: 4.3 inches
  • Little Falls: 4.1 inches

Somerset County

  • Far Hills: 5.0 inches
  • Warren Twp.: 4.5 inches
  • Watchung: 4.5 inches
  • Branchburg: 4.5 inches
  • Basking Ridge: 4.3 inches
  • Bernardsville: 4.0 inches
  • Green Brook Twp: 4.0 inches
  • Bernards Township: 4.0 inches
  • Hillsborough: 4.0 inches
  • Warren: 3.5 inches
  • Bedminster: 3.5 inches
  • Bernards Township: 3.2 inches
  • Bridgewater: 3.0 inches
  • Somerville: 2.3 inches
  • Montgomery Twp.: 2.1 inches
  • Manville: 2.1 inches
  • Belle Mead: 2.0 inches
  • Millstone: 2.0 inches
  • Martinsville: 2.0 inches
  • Franklin: 1.9 inches
  • Bound Brook: 1.5 inches
  • Middlebush: 1.2 inches
  • South Bound Brook: 1.0 inch

Sussex County

  • Wantage Twp.: 13.5 inches
  • Sussex: 13 inches
  • Vernon: 12.0 inches
  • Augusta: 12.0 inches
  • Lafayette: 12.0 inches
  • Kittatinny Lake: 10.7 inches
  • Montague Twp.: 10.2 inches
  • Newton: 10.0 inches
  • Hampton Twp.: 9.0 inches
  • Vernon Valley: 9.0 inches
  • High Point: 9.0 inches
  • Glenwood: 9.0 inches
  • Stockholm: 9.0 inches
  • Hardyston: 9.0 inches
  • Franklin: 8.0 inches
  • Andover: 7.4 inches
  • Stanhope: 5.8 inches
  • Sparta: 5.5 inches

Union County

  • Plainfield: 2.2 inches
  • New Providence: 2.5 inches
  • Westfield: 1.4 inches
  • Clark: 1.0 inch
  • Linden: 0.7 inch
  • Newark Airport: 0.4 inches

Warren County

  • Blairstown: 10.5 inches
  • Knowlton Twp.: 7.4 inches
  • Liberty: 6.3 inches
  • Hackettstown: 5.0 inches
  • Belvidere: 4.5 inches
  • Harmony: 4.5 inches
  • Washington Twp.: 4.0 inches
  • Greenwich Twp.: 3.5 inches

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