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There was more snow for the tristate region on Wednesday, with more on the way this weekend.

At least Wednesday's snowfall was minor. Central and southern parts of New Jersey got about two inches by the afternoon.

New Jersey State police reported at least 25 crashes on roads they patrol.

The National Weather Service is forecasting more cold temperatures for the next few days, with a combination of snow, sleet and rain forecast for Sunday into Monday.

At least the state has received a much-needed infusion of road salt. A barge carrying 9,500 tons of the salt arrived at Port Newark and is expected to be off-loaded Wednesday.

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