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Shivering Into the New Year

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Dena Lombardo, Editor-In-Chief

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NEW JERSEY- New Jersey entered 2018 with a record low of 6 degrees on New Year’s Day in Newark with wind making it feel as if it were -12 degrees, according to NJ.com.  This supersedes 1997’s once record low of 11 degrees.

As the week continues on with temperatures in the single digits and low teens, districts along the coast of the New Jersey shore and in other parts of northern New Jersey are looking at snowfall from four to six inches, starting in the early morning hours of Thursday, January 4, and into the afternoon- according to NJ12.

Paired with the snow, according to News12 for New Jersey, will be record lows of bitter cold temperatures caused from an increase in wind continuing both throughout the storm and immediately after.

Weather forecasts are predicting similar trends throughout the rest of the first week of January, with lows reaching the negatives overnight.  Temperatures are not predicted to rise until Monday of next week with a low in the 30s and high in the 40s.

School districts throughout Jersey residing in areas with predictions of snowfall are monitoring the weather in anticipations of a canceled school day.

According to the Asbury Park Press, a nor’easter is making its way from along the coast of Florida and heading north. Monmouth and Ocean Counties have a chance of receiving snowfall anywhere from four to seven inches.

 

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Dena Lombardo, Editor-In-Chief

My name is Dena Lombardo and I am a part of The Lions Roar newspaper of Middletown High School North as Editor-in-Chief and a staff writer. I enjoy writing,...

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