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More Nasty Weather: Alan’s Weather Blog

High temperatures yesterday were no better than 37 in Atlantic City, 33 in Trenton and Mount Holly, and 35 in Newark.

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Economy Slammed by Bad Weather [POLL/AUDIO]

Treacherous weather conditions in New Jersey and across the country don't only have an effect on the roads and schools. Frigid temperatures, and one storm after another, also send a shock into the overall economy.

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More Snow Today: Alan’s Weather Blog

The weekend forecast worked out pretty well, with the exception of temperatures yesterday.

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Cloudy and Milder: Alan’s Weather Blog

Thursday's high temperatures recovered to the upper 20s in a few spots.

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Not Quite as Cold: Alan’s Weather Blog

High temperatures yesterday reached no better than 22 at Trenton and Newark, 20 in Atlantic City and Wrightstown, Burlington County.  That's where the deeper snow cover was.

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Remaining Very Cold: Alan’s Weather Blog

Our latest snow event is moving out to sea, and as expected, a few inches plus fell along southern and coastal counties.  A coating to less than an inch along Rt. 195, and especially, along the Route 1 corridor.

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Cloudy and Much Colder: Alan’s Weather Blog

Well, say good bye to the 40s.

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Cloudy and Milder: Alan’s Weather Blog

The weekend forecast worked out pretty much as expected.

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Sunshine, But Very Cold: Alan’s Weather Blog

Thursday's high temperatures did not do any better than 22 in Mount Holly and 22 at the Atlantic City Airport, 21 in Newark and Trenton.

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Snow covers the area around MetLife Stadium.  (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
Snow covers the area around MetLife Stadium. (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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Super Bowl 48′s Biggest Question Mark: Weather [SERIES/AUDIO]

This week, we are taking a look at Super Bowl 48′s impact on New Jersey as part of a special five-day series. In part four today, we search for answers for the biggest question surrounding the event.

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