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NJ’s Winter ‘Not That Bad’ [AUDIO]

Following a taste of spring this past weekend, the colder temperatures have returned to New Jersey. Maybe we shouldn't be complaining, though; the Garden State has experienced much colder winters than this one.

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Windy and Colder: Alan’s Weather Blog

There were incredibly mild temperatures for the weekend.

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"Help me...I've fallen and I can't get up!" (Craig Allen photo)
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Kid Playing In The Snow? [PHOTOS/VIDEO]

What's the deal?

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Mild and Wet: Alan’s Weather Blog

It reached the upper 40s and low 50s yesterday, as high as 53 down in Millville.

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Arriving Clouds Today: Alan’s Weather Blog

Atlantic City reached 50 yesterday, but it was no better than 47 in Wrightstown, 45 Trenton, and 43 at Newark Liberty Airport. 

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Passing Showers and Mild: Alan’s Weather Blog

Most high temperatures reached the low 40s, but Atlantic City managed to get to 50 degrees.

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More Snow Today: Alan’s Weather Blog

After as much as a coating to a few inches of snow ends, we look for our weather to dry out and improve during the course of the afternoon. 

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Sunny But Cold: Alan’s Weather Blog

As I record this before daybreak on Monday morning, temperatures are in the teens and 20s.

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Neither rain...nor sleet...nor SNOW... (Craig Allen photo)
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Craig Allen’s Snow Photos [PHOTOS]

Had enough snow, New Jersey?! I can answer that!

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Quiet Before the Storm: Alan’s Weather Blog

Well, it's on to our snow storm, which begins tonight.

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