What was the climate like in the New Jersey colony?

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New Jersey is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. The climate in colonial New Jersey was much the same as it is today, with cold winters and warm summers. Some parts of New Jersey have a much more temperate climate with winters rarely going below zero degrees Celsius. Both snow and rain are frequent throughout the state also.
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