Here's how much snow fell at the Jersey Shore

The third quick-hitting snow event in as many days moved through the Jersey Shore during the afternoon and early evening hours on Friday.

Snowfall accumulations were generally in the one to three range, but there will some local outliers thanks to heavier snow bands. The highest accumulations were in Monmouth and Ocean counties.

Travel on roadways was difficult, and long delays were reported on the Garden State Parkway.

But the snow departed as quickly as it arrived, ending at the Jersey Shore around 8 p.m.

Here’s how much fell at the Jersey Shore, according to the National Weather Service:

…Monmouth County…

Clarksburg 3.6 830 PM 12/15 Social Media
Howell 3.3 630 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
Freehold 3.2 710 PM 12/15 Social Media
Colts Neck 3.0 830 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
Shrewsbury 2.3 740 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter

…Ocean County…

Brick Township 3.6 800 PM 12/15 Social Media
Toms River 3.5 730 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
Waretown 3.3 900 PM 12/15 Social Media
Forked River 3.0 924 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
Manahawkin 3.0 925 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
Oak Ridge 2.0 345 AM 12/16 Social Media

…Atlantic County…

Hammonton 2.5 830 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
2 E Thelma 0.9 715 PM 12/15 Social Media
Atlantic City Intl A 0.5 700 PM 12/15 ASOS/AWOS

…Cape May County…

Belleplain 1.3 710 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
Seaville 0.8 930 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
Goshen 0.5 715 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
Green Creek 0.3 715 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter
Villas 0.2 900 PM 12/15 Trained Spotter

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