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More snow expected for New Jersey

A snow plow in Sussex County, N.J. A snow plow in Sussex County, N.J.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -

More snow is expected to hit New Jersey on Saturday, and will likely blanket a bigger portion of the state than Wednesday's nor'easter.

Forecasters say snow is likely to start falling around sunrise on Saturday and will move across the region.

It's expected to quickly change to rain along the shoreline and in portions of southern New Jersey, but will likely stay snowing along the I-95 corridor into the afternoon.

Two to four inches of snow are likely across central and northern New Jersey.

Forecasters say it may be closer to two inches in the Philadelphia metropolitan area and in southern portions of New Jersey.

Temperatures are expected to be in the low-to-mid 30's in much of the state, and possibly in the upper 30's farther south.

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