N.J. weather: Forecast for Wednesday winter storm includes snow for half of state. Latest updates.

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New Jersey’s long stretch of nearly no-snow winter appears likely to be coming to an end, at least for parts of the state, though the latest storm in the forecast for Wednesday is far from a blockbuster. More than half the state, including as far south as Camden, could see anywhere from a coating to couple inches of snow, the National Weather Service’s latest forecast update Monday afternoon. The higher end snowfall totals are likely to be in the 3 to 6 inch range for the northwestern counties of Sussex, Warren, Morris, Hunterdon and parts of Passaic, the weather service said. The higher eleva…

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