- Associated Press - Wednesday, January 28, 2015

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The major highways are clear and mass transit is running one day after New Jersey dug out from a winter storm.

Early-morning temperatures in the teens Wednesday felt colder because of the wind chill.

Dozens of schools have delayed opening while road crews continue to clear local streets.

NJ Transit says its bus, rail and light rail services are operating on a regular schedule. NJ Transit is cross-honoring system wide throughout the day.

Airlines are working to get passengers whose flights were delayed at Newark Liberty International Airport back on track.

The National Weather Service says light snow is possible followed by bitter cold Thursday evening into Friday morning for parts of the state.

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