In Garden State, south Jersey hit hardest by snow

Watch the report from Action News' Annie McCormick
March 3, 2014 8:38:32 AM PST
Drier air is pushing out the snow that slowed the morning commute around New Jersey and colder air will follow.

Southern Jersey received the most snow while northern sections were spared major accumulations.

The National Weather Service says 4 inches have fallen in Manahawkin, 2 inches in Medford and an inch and a half in Vineland.

State offices are closed and non-essential state employees have the day off Monday.

A winter storm warning is in effect until 4 p.m. for Atlantic, Cape May, Salem and Cumberland counties. Forecasters say up to 8 inches are possible there.

Forecasters say most inland areas near Philadelphia will get 3 to 4 inches.

NJ Transit buses and trains are cross-honoring tickets for the 11th time this year.