Update: Freeze warning for South Jersey

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In response to a strong cold front that will pass through the area and drop temperatures by 30 degrees later today, the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has issued a freeze warning for most of New Jersey./NWS In response to a strong cold front that will pass through the area and drop temperatures by 30 degrees later today, the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has issued a freeze warning for most of New Jersey./NWS In response to a strong cold front that will pass through the area and drop temperatures by 30 degrees later today, the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has issued a freeze warning for most of New Jersey. While this morning’s temperatures ranged in the lower-60s in South Jersey, it was snowing in western Pennsylvania.

At 10 a.m., the temperature was 63 degrees in South Jersey, 65 in Harrisburg, Pa. and 37 in Pittsburgh, Pa. In Canton, Ohio the temperature was 31 degrees with snow.

Overnight lows could range from the upper-20s in the western portions of South Jersey and in the Pine Barrens of Burlington and Ocean Counties.

Overnight lows could reach near 30 degrees in the mainland portions of Atlantic and Cape May counties

Through the rest of the day today, Tuesday, April 15, the National Weather Service is calling for periods of heavy rain that could amount to 1.5 inches. The rain should end overnight. After a chilly start on Wednesday, the temperature should rebound to March-like 51-53 degrees.


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