Weather: Snow, bitter cold move in

News 12 New Jersey - Weather On The 1s

News 12 New Jersey - Weather On The 1s (4/22/17)

EDISON - Another round of snow and bitter cold temperatures is moving through the Garden State.

Central and southern areas are expected to be the hardest hit by the storm.

A winter storm warning has been issued for nearly the entire state.

An arctic air blast will follow the storm and likely remain in place for several days, with high temperatures staying in the mid-20s for the rest of the week. Wind chills are expected to be at or below zero.

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