Happy Friday! Rain overnight ended as some snow across over the region, early this morning. Interior locations, including parts of Northwest NJ, the Poconos and Catskills saw few inches of snow. Little or no snowfall accumulations occurred elsewhere, as the best dynamics and moisture moved quickly offshore, with the cold front. As a result, snow was mostly light and ended after hour or two, with temperatures still above freezing.
However, there is threat for a flash freeze, as much colder air rushes in behind the cold front today. Temperatures will be mostly in the middle or upper 20s for the rest of the day. So any standing water could freeze into some this morning. Some patchy black ice will also form on any wet, untreated roads. So use more caution driving roadways, especially during this morning.