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Early snowfall totals show 13 inches on the ground. Check snow amounts city by city.

The fast-moving winter storm that has been rocking New Jersey for several days, with many forecasters struggling to get a good handle on the main areas of impact, has already dumped a half-foot of snow in parts of northern New Jersey.

And the snow is expected to persist until early afternoon.

Forecasters say parts of the state could easily end up with a foot of snow before the delicate storm moves away.

So far, measurements of scattered snow accumulation have been posted to social media, sent to the National Weather Service, or posted online by trained weather observers, with some showing as much as 10 to 11 inches of snow on the ground in northern Sussex County and nearly 10 to 11 inches of snow on the ground in northern Sussex County. 6 inches on the ground in parts of Bergen, Hunterdon, Morris and Warren counties.

New Jersey Early Snowfall Totals

This was the highest snowfall in New Jersey reported so far, as of 8:45 a.m. Tuesday, according to the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow Network, a volunteer group of trained weather observers. (Snow totals will be updated throughout the day, with more counties and cities added as reports come in.)

  • Hampton Township: 13.0 inches (Sussex County)
  • Vernon Township: 11.9 inches (Sussex County)
  • Township of Montague: 10.1 inches (Sussex County)
  • Desire : 10.0 inches (Sussex County)
  • Knowlton: 9.8 inches (Warren County)
  • Sparta: 9.0 inches (Sussex County)
  • Frelinghuysen: 8.0 inches (Warren County)
  • Newton: 8.0 inches (Sussex County)
  • Blairstown: 6.9 inches (Warren County)
  • Hardyston: 6.1 inches (Sussex County)
  • Clinton Township: 6.0 inches (Hunterdon County)
  • Edge wood: 6.0 inches (Morris County)
  • Fair Lawn: 5.5 inches (Bergen County)
  • Jefferson Township: 5.5 inches (Morris County)
  • Mine Hill Township: 5.5 inches (Morris County)
  • Denville: 5.0 inches (Morris County)
  • Oakland: 4.8 inches (Bergen County)
  • Rockaway: 4.6 inches (Morris County)
  • Glen Gardner: 4.5 inches (Hunterdon County)
  • Hackettstown: 4.5 inches (Warren County)
  • Métuchen: 4.5 inches (Middlesex County)
  • Montvale: 4.5 inches (Bergen County)
  • Verona: 4.5 inches (Essex County)
  • Green Creek: 4.0 inches (Somerset County)
  • Montclair: 4.0 inches (Essex County)
Matthew Paparazzo of Closter shovels snow early in the morning of Tuesday, February 13, 2024.

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Len Melisurgo can be reached at LMelisurgo@njadvancemedia.com or the @LensReality.

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