It’s been a winter of manic weather in New Jersey. On Dec. 22, Newark was a sultry 71 degrees. On Christmas Day, the mercury swan dived to 18 degrees. The yo-yo weather pattern has continued into the New Year. If anything, it’s intensified…"Some winters, you just coast through but we’ve had this back-and-forth volatility," said David Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist at Rutgers University. "Just look at December. We had four snow events. It looks like that back-and-forth volatility is going to continue through the first half of January."
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