Weather: Near-record cold temps possible

Cold air continues to move across the Garden State, bringing the possibility for record-breaking low temperatures. News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says overnight

Hermine may have turned out to sea, but forecasts show some rain and strong winds remaining along the New Jersey shoreline.

Hermine may have turned out to sea, but forecasts show some rain and strong winds remaining along the New Jersey shoreline. (1/21/17)

EDISON - Cold air continues to move across the Garden State, bringing the possibility for record-breaking low temperatures.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says overnight lows will range from 5 below to the mid-teens, and highs Tuesday will only reach the upper 20s.

Wind chills will make temperatures feel even colder.

Clouds will move in Tuesday and Wednesday, and there is a chance for flurries on Thursday.

 

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