Black ice raises concerns Monday morning

There were many black ice concerns Monday morning after a drastic drop in temperatures from Sunday morning.



Edges of the roads and parking lots were big areas of concern.



On Sunday, some areas had temperatures in the upper 50s.



"27 one day, then 30 and snow, then it was 56; going up and down is not good for health," says Rao Iqbal, of Woodbridge.



Shiny and deceiving black ice could be found on any untreated surfaces.



It also caught some people off guard.



"I pulled up into my parking spot, come out the car and almost slipped on ice," says Brianna Davis, of East Windsor.



Winter doesn't officially arrive until Wednesday.


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