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When can you actually ge tinto the water in Cape May? I am planning a week down there, and I went in August last year. We have had a few years further north where 4th of July the water is still chilly. When is the earliest you have been in? last week of June through the 4th usually be too cold? I know temperature is subjective. It's just such a long drive. I can go at any time, but thought it would be fun for once not to battle beach traffic over the holiday weekend. Thanks for your help!

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