TRENTON — Some snow at the start of almost non-stop winter weather over the next few days caused the delay in the start of classes in many New Jersey school districts on Monday.

"I don't it's technically correct to break this storm into a 'part one' and 'part two' anymore. Precipitation will probably be on-going across New Jersey, somewhere, in some form, from Sunday evening through Wednesday morning," Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said.

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Zarrow expects snow and slush to cause slowdowns during the Monday morning commute with precipitation ending around 10 a.m. But another round of wintry precipitation will develop just in time for the afternoon commute. However, it will change to rain by Tuesday morning's commute.

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