Is the polar vortex, which often brought frigid air to New Jersey this winter, planning a mid-July invasion? Nope, said David A. Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist at Rutgers University. "This polar vortex (talk) is like out of control," Robinson said. But the summer jet stream will be a little wavier than usual, dipping a little farther south than normal in the Midwest area, he said. "Along the Atlantic coast, not such a big deal."
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