Looks like a complete bust for NJ. From the Star Ledger:
The first major snow event 2015 will still have a substantial impact in New Jersey, but for much of the state, a feared knockout punch was downgraded early Tuesday to a glancing blow — much to the embarrassment of forecasters.
“My deepest apologies to many key decision makers and so many members of the general public,” Gary Szatkowkski, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Mt. Holly, said via Twitter early Tuesday morning.
Blizzard warnings remained in effect early Tuesday for the coast and the northeast areas of the state, with Monmouth, Ocean, Middlesex, Passaic and Bergen counties all forecast to see accumulations of between 8 and 12 inches through Tuesday. Gusts of up to 45 miles per hour and whiteout conditions were still possible, as were power outages due to falling limbs. Travel along the I-95 corridor Tuesday is expected to be impacted as well, the National Weather Service predicted.
But those accumulations are a far cry from the “historic” totals forecast in some projections Sunday and early Monday, which called for up to two feet or more from a system touching much of the urban Northeast from Philadelphia to Boston.