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NJ Hot Spots
City, State Temp
Wildwood (NJDOT), NJ 53
Cherry Hill Township, NJ 53
Eatontown, NJ 49
Piscataway 1, NJ 49
Hamilton Twp. (Atlantic), NJ 49


NJ Cool Spots
City, State Temp
High Pt. Monument, NJ 34
High Point, NJ 37
Wantage, NJ 39
Mount Olive Township, NJ 40
Netcong, NJ 40
most current information as of Wed Apr 16 15:32:01 2014

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