The northern edge of the nor'easter storm that roared across the nation's south Tuesday left its mark on South Jersey overnight. 

Many towns are waking up to 3 inches or more of light, fluffy snow, with some areas of the Pinelands reporting as much as 6 inches of the white stuff.

The driving is challenging at best; most roads are snow-covered and untreated.  Even those roads that have been plowed can be icy in spots.

The list of schools deciding to sit it out and close one more day is growing and, really, with the poor road conditions, that decision is the only safe one to make.

My commute in from Margate was much more of an adventure than I had expected, including a white-knuckle drive down the unplowed causeway, which is usually well-tended.  Things didn't improve  much in Northfield, where Tilton Road was icy and snow covered.

You would be well-advised to wait it out until the plows have the chance to clean things up this morning if you can!

Get the latest today, including Alan Kasper's forecast every 10 minutes, on the Lite Rock Morning Show with Eddie Davis.