TRENTON, N.J. (AP) – An early spring snow is creating some slick travel conditions in New Jersey.

A wintry mix started falling across the state early Monday and is expected to continue through the morning. Roughly 2 to 4 inches of snow was on the ground in northern areas, with slightly less in central Jersey. But little snow was reported in southern Jersey.

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Officials say most major roads in the state are just wet, but they’re still urging drivers to be cautious. They warn that slushy conditions in some areas – especially northern Jersey – could create slippery conditions, especially during the morning commute.

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The National Weather Service says up to 6 inches is possible in the higher elevations of northeast New Jersey on Monday.

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