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.
The cold that is gripping us at the Jersey Shore is some of the coldest weather, we've experienced in years, and it's even worse in other parts of the country. In Chicago, it's too cold for a polar bear, literally.
I was unfortunately driving on the Garden State Parkway yesterday right at the height of the downpours, and I couldn't help but consider if it was actually the worst driving conditions I had ever driven in.
You can try all you want to convince yourself that worrying about extreme weather is just a natural response to what we went through with Sandy, and it probably is, but Mother Nature just keeps on testing us, doesn't she?
We went through so much with Sandy, and before you knew it, hurricane season arrived again. We all tried to remind ourselves of what a rare storm it was, but does this week of weather have you a little extra worried?
From the wicked thunderstorms this summer, to Sandy, to the post-Sandy nor'easter, extreme weather seems to have become the norm around here. And then we hear about temperatures in the 60's this weekend. Really?
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