A week or so ago, meteorologists warned that the polar vortex could make a comeback, and we either didn't believe it or didn't want to believe it. Well now it's time to get ready for it's curtain call.
Yesterday's weather was unbearable and dangerous. Temperatures barely above zero, with wind chill that came in at about 25 below, but it wasn't the coldest temperature ever recorded in the Garden State.
As we all deal with the polar vortex (aka) the really cold weather, we're seeing more and more videos of people throwing hot or even boiling water in the air to see what happens in the sub-zero temperatures. Most had no luck, but I did an experiment of my own outside of the radio station and you may be surprised by the results!
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