MADISON, NJ - Temperatures are expected to hit a high of 92 degrees today, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will remain in the low 90's for the remainder of the week, said the weather authority.

Due to the temperatures, Madison residents are asked to restrict their water use. The Madison Water Department is asking all residents and businesses to observe voluntary water use restrictions, now and through the summer months, said borough officials.

Outdoor water use will be permitted from 10:01am to 8am and then from 8pm to midnight, they stated. The restriction will also ask residents to follow and alternate day schedule.

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Outdoor use for lawn and shrub watering, car washing, driveway, and sidewalk washing is restricted to alternate days, borough officials advised. Residents and businesses with even-numbered addresses may use water outdoors on even-numbered dates, while residents and businesses with odd-numbered addressed are restricted to using water outdoors on odd-numbered dates.

For information about the voluntary water use restrictions, call the Madison Water Department at 973-966-7330.


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