ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Sub-zero temperatures have led to a new weather record in Atlantic City, just two weeks after residents there enjoyed record-setting temperatures in the high 60s during a brief December heat wave.
The National Weather Service says the temperature in the resort city fell to 3 below zero on Saturday morning, breaking the record of zero degrees set in 1918.
Meanwhile, Trenton tied its record of one degree below zero, which also was set in 1918.
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