Cold weather hits New Jersey

Temperatures are expected to be around freezing overnight before warming up to the low 50s Monday.

Temperatures are expected to be around freezing overnight before warming up to the low 50s Monday. (10/18/15)

LAKE HOPATCONG - New Jersey residents got an early taste of winter this weekend, complete with freeze warnings and flurries.

Some residents who were bundled up in in Jersey City said they weren't ready for the chill in the air.

 "I like 90 degree weather, so this is not fun for me," said one resident.

The chilly weather didn't stop others from going to a Red Bulls game.  Some fans came home from the stadium looking dressed for January.

Temperatures are expected warm up to the low 50s Monday.

Tuesday is expcted to be much warmer, with highs near 70 degrees.

 

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