TRENTON — It wasn't the amount of snow but the timing that made the third light-snow event this week the worst.

Snow started falling in the early afternoon, with the worst of the storm poorly timed for the afternoon commute.

"The evening commute was just as bad as we had feared," New Jersey 101.5 Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said.

The DOT dispatched over 250 salt spreaders but drivers said they encountered many problem spots as snow accumulated on roads.

NJ Transit bus delays ranged from 45 minutes at the Port Authority to 60 minutes on routes in South Jersey.

The refreezing of some roads led the Ocean County Sheriff's Department to warn drivers to take it slow on Saturday morning.

According to the National Weather Service, Brick, Berlin in Burlington County and Clarksburg in Monmouth County received the most snow with 3.6 inches followed by 3.5 inches in Columbus and Toms River.

Atlantic County
Hammonton 2.5
Thelma 0.9
Atlantic City Intl Airport 0.5

Burlington County
Columbus 3.5
Florence 3.0
Westampton 2.7
Burlington 2.5
Medford 2.5
Mount Holly 2.5
Mount Laurel 2.4
Cinnaminson 2.3

Camden County
Berlin 3.6
Voorhees 3.0
Lindenwold 2.7
Cherry Hill 2.5
Bellmawr 2.3

Cape May County
Belleplain 1.3
Seaville 0.8
Goshen 0.5
Green Creek
Villas 0.2

Gloucester County
Mantua 2.5
Pitman 2.5
Sewell 2.5
Turnersville 2.5

Mercer County
Robbinsville 1.6
Hopewell 1.6
Ewing 1.6

Middlesex County
Cheesequake 2.5
Old Bridge 2.5
New Brunswick 2.0
Metuchen 1.8
Iselin 1.7
Highland Park 1.6
South Plainfield 1.5
Edison 1.4

Monmouth County
Clarksburg 3.6
Howell 3.3
Freehold 3.2
Colts Neck 3.0
Shrewsbury 2.3

Morris County
Rockaway 1.0
Green Pond 1.0
Marcella 0.6

Ocean County
Brick Township 3.6
Toms River 3.5
Waretown 3.3
Forked River 3.0
Manahawkin 3.0
Oak Ridge 2.0

Salem County
Monroeville 2.5

Somerset County
Somerset 2.0
Middlebush 1.8
Hillsborough 1.6
Mount Bethel 1.2
Somerville 1.0
Basking Ridge 0.9

Sussex County
Wantage 0.5

Warren County
Oxford 1.0
Hackettstown 0.8
Blairstown 0.6
Stewartsville 0.6

Send your snow pictures and video to reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNJ

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