EDISON - The arctic blast is easing its grip on much of the Garden State, giving way to warmer, but still very chilly temperatures in many places.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says winds are expected to calm today and the weather's supposed to warm up slightly, a day after record cold temperatures. Curren says most places could see highs creep into the low to mid-20s.

Areas in Mercer County along the Delaware River could also be prone to minor flooding due to ice damming.

Overnight lows will be back in the teens. Temperatures will continue to warm up through the end of the week.