NEW YORK – After a cold Halloween Saturday and a Sunday with better temperatures, but rainy; A new cold front will cause the start of the work week to have people take their coats back.
For Monday, a day of low temperatures with a minimum of 39 degrees is expected and there is a warning of strong winds, from 6:00 a.m. m until 6:00 p.m. m, 20 to 30 miles per hour and up to gusts of 45 and up to 55 miles per hour with a peak starting at noon. Winds can be dangerous because they can topple trees and cause blackouts, said our Time Authority.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy warned residents on his Twitter account to secure items that are not securely fastened, like restaurant tents due to winds, and to report if there is a power outage.
Follow the conditions with our interactive radar below: