Spring sprang more than a month ago, but winter-like cold is back and a little snow is possible. A few flurries are possible through Thursday afternoon, mainly in southeastern Pennsylvania and northern New Jersey, but no accumulation is expected, according to the National Weather Service Mount Holly Office… "It’s been a very late spring," said William Sciarappa, Monmouth County agricultural agent with Rutgers Cooperative Extension. "It’s more like an extended winter."… The local freeze watch follows an abnormally cold and snowy winter in New Jersey, and temperatures are expected to be largely below average for the next two to three weeks, according to David A. Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist at Rutgers University.
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