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Wind gusts could increase to 25 mph with a high of only 19 degrees and a low of 2 degrees expected in much of New Jersey on Monday. Wind-chill …[otw_is sidebar=otw-sidebar-1]
The weather got warm enough to melt the snow. Now it’ll get cold enough to turn it back into ice.
The National Weather Service has issued two alerts, saying temperatures rose above the freezing mark throughout eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, resulting in a fair amount of snowmelt.
Residual water, however, will freeze as temperatures fall into the 10 to 20 degree range Sunday night and Monday morning.