Here's the most up to date list of what's open and what's closed in New Jersey today according to reports we've been able to gather:Bridgewater Commons, Bridgewater: Closed.
Brunswick Square Mall, East Brunswick: Closed.
Cherry Hill Mall, Cherry Hill: Open during regular hours. Restaurant hours may vary.
Cumberland Mall, Vineland: Open during regular hours. Chick fil A opens at 11 a.m.
Deptford Mall, Deptford: Opening at 12 p.m., but individual retailer and restaurant hours may vary.
Freehold Raceway Mall, Freehold: Opening at 12 p.m., but department store hours may vary.
Hamilton Mall, Mays Landing: Open during regular hours.
Jersey Shore Premium Outlets, Tinton Falls: Opening at 1 p.m.
Liberty Village Premium Outlets, Flemington: Closed.
Livingston Mall, Livingston: Closed.
The Mall at Short Hills, Short Hills: Closed.
Marketfair Mall, Princeton: Closed.
Menlo Park Mall, Edison: Closed.
The Mills at Jersey Gardens, Elizabeth: Opening at 12 p.m.
Moorestown Mall, Moorestown: Opening at 11 a.m., but store and restaurant hours may vary.
Newport Centre, Jersey City: Closed.
Ocean County Mall, Toms River: Open during regular hours.
Phillipsburg Mall, Phillipsburg: Closed, but the mall's Facebook page says anchor store hours may vary.
The Promenade at Sagemore, Marlton: Stores are closed. Restaurants and Suede Salon hours may vary.
Quaker Bridge Mall, Lawrence: Opening at 12 p.m.
Rockaway Townsquare, Rockaway: Closed.
Voorhees Town Center, Voorhees Township: Closed.
Westfield Garden State Plaza, Paramus: Closed.
Willowbrook Mall, Wayne: Closed.
OTHER STORESShopRite: Most New Jersey stores are open, but a list of stores that are closed is on the company's website, spokeswoman Karen O'Shea said.
Trader Joe's: The Clifton and Paramus locations are closed, according to the company's website.
Walmart: The store's Roxbury and Mount Olive locations are closed and will reopen when conditions warrant, a company spokesman said. All other New Jersey locations are open.
Wawa: All stores in New Jersey are open, according to spokeswoman Lori Bruce.
Whole Foods: All New Jersey stores are reportedly closed but you may want to check your local outlet.