The biggest snowstorm of the season for the East Coast delivered Princeton between 3-5 inches of snow, which was in the range forecasters predicted for Mercer County.
By 11 a.m. this morning radar showed the fast-moving storm leaving most areas of New Jersey. Statewide police responded to 350 calls for drivers needing help.
The storm hit the northern part of the state first before pushing south. Accumulations range from 10 inches in Vernon, 6½ inches in Basking Ridge and 2 inches in Freehold Township. Most of South Jersey only got a few inches.