Episode 30: This week, quizmaster Ryan Greene comes in from the cold to share his warmth at Ski Barn in Paramus with his question about a record-breaking cold snap from Bergen County's history.
THE QUESTION: New Jersey's coldest temperature on record occurred in River Vale on January 5, 1904. How cold was it?
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THE ANSWER: The lowest temperature recorded anywhere in the state since record-keeping began is attributed to River Vale where the mercury dropped to an incredible -34 degrees Fahrenheit.