TRENTON — Temperatures in the 40s on Sunday should help to melt away much of the snow that fell across the state on Saturday.

"Some areas of the state saw a bit more snow than anticipated, and some saw less. There's never going to be a "perfect" snow forecast, but I think we ended up pretty close in terms of the storm's magnitude and impacts," WPG Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said. "We'll do a full analysis of the storm once all the numbers are in later this week, so we can learn and improve for the next winter storm."

Zarrow said the highest snow total he has seen so far was 6.5 inches in Woodbridge. "With the exception of Salem and Cumberland in SW NJ, every county had at least one report of 4+ inches," Zarrow said.

Interstates were mostly wet with three lanes and the shoulders open on Sunday morning. There were some slick spots that led to spinouts on the Garden State Parkway and NJ Turnpike on Saturday night, and during the early hours of Sunday as temperatures went below freezing.

State Police Sgt. FC Jeff Flynn said that in the areas they patrol officers responded to 303 motor vehicle crashes and 363 calls for aide between 12 a.m. Saturday morning and 11:59 p.m. Saturday evening.

Police told 6 ABC Action News that three people were hurt in a collision on Route 49 and Hunters Mill Road in Maurice River Township. The police said in the story that snow may have played a part in on Saturday evening.

Zarrow said Sunday's high temperatures today will struggle to make it into the 35 to 40 degree range, putting temperatures just above freezing. Zarrow said hopefully we'll get some sunshine to help melt some snow and ice.

Snow totals as reported by the National Weather Service:

Atlantic County
Mays Landing 4.0 inches
Smithville 3.0 inches
Atlantic City 3.0 inches
Pomona 1.2 inches

Burlington County
Mount Holly 4.8 inches
Mount Laurel 4.5 inches
Cooperstown 4.2 inches
Crosswicks 4.0 inches
Lumberton 4.0 inches
Maple Shade 3.8 inches
Red Lion 3.5 inches
Medford 3.5 inches

Camden County
Haddon 5.1 inches
Cherry Hill 5.0 inches
Lindenwold 4.8 inches
Bellmawr 3.7 inches

Cape May County
West Cape May 5.0 inches
Green Creek 4.0 inches
Villas 3.7 830 PM inches
North Cape May 1.0 inches

Cumberland County
Seabrook 3.0 inches
Vineland 2.0 inches

Gloucester County
3 NE Glassboro 4.3 inches
Sewell 3.5 inches
Pitman 3.0 inches

Hunterdon County
Holland 6.0 inches
Ringoes 5.5 inches
Readington 3.3 inches

Mercer County
Ewing 5.7 inches
Bear Tavern 5.3 inches
Hopewell 5.3 inches
2 WSW Robbinsville 4.8 inches

Middlesex County
Cheesequake 5.5 inches
New Brunswick 5.4 inches
Spotswood 5.0 inches
South Plainfield 4.8 inches
Port Reading 4.5 inches

Monmouth County.
1 SW Keyport 4.8 inches
Freehold 4.2 inches
Colts Neck 4.0 inches
Shrewsbury 3.9 inches

Morris County
Kinnelon 5.0 inches
Marcella 4.5 inches
Hanover 4.3 inches
2 E Youngstown 4.3 inches
Green Pond 4.2 inches
Butler 4.2 inches
Mount Arlington 4.1 inches
Parsippany 4.0 inches
Rockaway 3.8 inches
Schooleys Mountain 3.5 inches

Ocean County
10 NE Toms River 4.2 inches
Toms River 3.0 inches
Waretown 3.0 inches
Bayville 1.0 inches

Salem County
Daretown 2.8 inches

Somerset County
Branchburg Park 6.5 inches
Basking Ridge 5.5 inches
1 S Pluckemin 4.5 inches
Somerville 4.1 1200 inches

Sussex County
Highland Lakes 4.7 inches
4 SW Wantage 4.3 inches

Warren County
Blairstown 5.6 inches
Oxford 4.3 inches
Stewartsville 4.0 inches
Allamuchy 4.0 inches
Hackettstown 3.5 inches

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