The morning rush was more of a crawl in many areas thanks to a messy mix of sleet and rain.
The highway was closed for hours before the truck was uprighted.
In Westchester, there were several accidents on I-684 northbound near Armonk. Many drivers were caught completely off guard when it started snowing around 9 p.m. One driver completely flipped his or her vehicle, and tow trucks were busy throughout the night. Thankfully, no injuries were reported.
In Connecticut, some light snowfall made roads pretty slick. Then, the rain came. The roads remain wet, and traffic was moving. But there were definitely snow covered lawns and vehicles, with some secondary roads seeing minor accumulation.
Roads and streets in New Jersey were not spared, especially in high-elevation areas.
It's a wet commute for most New Jerseyans, but in particular, ice is slowing the drive north of Interstate 78.
A winter weather advisory was in effect for Sussex, Warren, Morris, Hunterdon, Somerset, western Passaic and western Bergen counties.
A very light accumulation of ice is possible, and Transportation Department trucks were spreading ice melt on the major highways.
Thankfully, temperatures are well above freezing across most of the state.
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