Warm temperatures move in on the Jersey Shore

Warm temperatures are drawing people from around the Garden State outside to enjoy the weather.

News 12 New Jersey meteorologist James Gregorio says temperatures will reach highs in the mid-90s in Freehold and Newark.

In Red Bank, many people were seen shopping and dining in the downtown area. Red Bank native William Conroy tells News 12 New Jersey, "I waited all winter for weather like today because it was a tough winter."

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