The Jersey Shore is preparing for some of the coldest days in a very long time. Here are some things you need to know.

An Arctic blast has it's sights set on the Jersey Shore over the next 72 hours and some of the potential numbers are hard to believe. Here are 3 things you need to know to help you be prepared.

Temperatures plunge quickly today. We will plummet from the 30's to single digits very quickly this evening with strong wind gusts arriving.

Tonight's wind chill will be dangerously low. Tonight's temperature will be about 5 degrees and those strong winds will make it feel like 20 below at times.

Wind chill near zero all day. Tomorrow will not bring relief at all. As a matter of fact, the wind chill will be at or below zero all day long.

Stay up to date with the latest New Jersey weather info with our Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow's weather blog.

There is obviously concern for personal safety in weather like this with falls and frostbite being a possibility, as well as concern for our homes, with fear of frozen water pipes among the worries

Check out the best ways to avoid frostbite and frozen water pipes. Be as prepared as possible to get through this winter 2019 deep freeze.

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