EDISON - As New Jersey continues to dig out from a massive weekend blizzard, the Garden State will see temperatures continue to cool.
News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says Monday’s evening temperatures are expected to be below freezing, meaning roads may be slick as melted snow refreezes.
The overnight hours should see scattered clouds with temperatures across the state mostly in the low-20s.
Tuesday is expected to see temperatures in the upper-30s and low-40s. Scattered rain showers may develop in the late afternoon and evening.
Wednesday is expected to see partly sunny skies with high temperatures near 42 degrees.