For Hillsborough, It Was S'No Big Deal, Just a Reminder

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Low-hanging branches of a Blue Spruce tree frame this image of a snow-covered field at Veterans Industrial Park off Route 206 Credits: Rod Hirsch
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Snow covered the roofs of the new Brookhaven Apartments under construction along Route 206 for the first time. Credits: Rod Hirsch
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The entrance to the Triangle sports complex on Triangle Road is covered in a light layer of snow. Credits: Rod Hirsch
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Snow covers the picnic tables behind the concession stand at the Triangle sports complex.  Credits: Rod Hirsch
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HILLSBOROUGH - Central New Jersey dodged any major accumulation of snow yesterday, but Mother Nature did leave her calling card behind, a light layer of snow that covered lawns and other surfaces, though it melted on the streets and sidewalks.

Temperatures will remain in the 30s throughout the week, with a chance of a rain/snow mix this weekend. 

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