OCEAN CITY, N.J. (CBS) – Officials in Ocean City say they are canceling their First Dip polar plunge scheduled for Jan. 1 due to frigid weather conditions.

Temperatures may not exceed 20 degrees on Jan. 1, and may come within close reach of a new record for the coldest start to the new year.

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All other First Night and First Day events will continue as scheduled, officials say.

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Ocean City’s First Night celebration features more than features more than 75 entertainment programs at 20 different locations in Ocean City. A fireworks display rings in the new year at midnight. A complete schedule of events is available at firstnightocnj.com.

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Officials in Ventnor also announced they were canceling their polar bear plunge due to cold temps.