With falling temperatures, forecasters warn of icy roadways

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PARAMUS, N.J. (PIX11/AP)-- The National Weather Service is warning of icy conditions on roadways and colder air moving in to New Jersey.

Forecasters say temperatures will continue to fall Monday morning. It says residual moisture from this weekend's snowfall on roads and sidewalks will refreeze.

Meanwhile, emergency crews are responding to accidents all over New Jersey.

As temperatures continue to fall, commute to work will be a dangerous mix of black ice, slick road conditions and bitter wind.

Emergency crews in New Jersey struggled to keep up with accidents along the road ways and highways Sunday night.

This may foreshadow the major problems to come this morning. Streets will be icy and slick.

If you see black ice, Paramus Police wants you to call them: 2013874000

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