EDISON - Winter-like weather has finally reached the Garden State after several weeks of above-normal temperatures.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says temperatures Monday were only in the low-30s and are expected to fall into the teens at night with wind chills at or below zero.

The cold temperatures should continue on Tuesday with high temperatures only expected to reach 30 degrees. Tuesday should see mostly sunny skies with winds around 15 mph.

Wednesday could see slightly warmer temperatures around 41 degrees. Skies should remain mostly clear.

Thursday should see some clouds begin to develop with temperatures in the low-40s.

Friday and the weekend could see clouds and rain.