Snow lovers who were disappointed at how fast Sunday's snow disappeared by Monday get a second chance with another round of snow on Tuesday.

Casino Pier in Seaside Heights during Sunday's storm (Facebook)

All of New Jersey will get a quick snowfall for several hours on Tuesday that will affect both the morning and afternoon commutes and leave the most snow in nearly the same areas that got 6-10 inches from Sunday's surprise storm.

Snow is expected to move in from the southwest around dawn on Tuesday and overspread the state during the morning before tapering off in the late afternoon with a period of heavy snow late in the morning.

Snow accumulation will be heaviest in south Jersey with 4-6 inches accumulation in Camden, Mercer, Burlington, Gloucester and Salem counties where a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued starting at 6 a.m. Tuesday morning.

A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for the rest of the state except for Sussex County for 2-4 inches of snow.

No changeover to sleet or snow is expected and winds will not be an issue.


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Snow totals for Tuesday's storm (NWS)