TRENTON, N.J. — Forecasters say the bitter cold that has gripped New Jersey in recent weeks will soon be coming to an end.
But residents will still have to deal with winter weather and cool temperatures for the next few days.
High temperatures on Sunday are only expected to be around 20 degrees. But the subzero wind chills recorded overnight will ease as the winds decrease.
Temperatures will get a little warmer Monday, with highs reaching into the low 30s in some areas. But there’s also a chance for a wintry mix of snow, rain and freezing rain on Monday afternoon, though little or no accumulation is expected.
Temperatures will then continue to warm up through the week, with highs reaching the low 50s on Friday.