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HAPPY THANKSGIVING BRUTALLY COLD BUNDLE UP!
RECORD COLD FRIDAY MORNING
The temperatures this morning say it all on this Thanksgiving morning! Firstly a Happy Thanksgiving to all on this brutally cold morning as we bottom in the teens to near 20 with single digits in Northeastern Pennsylvania to the Middle & Upper Hudson Valley and interior New England. To the south we have teens and 20s clear down into Virginia. No doubt that today will be very cold all day long with highs just in the low to mid 20s and gusty winds to 30 mph giving us wind chills in the single digits to near zero at times. Clearly the kitchen will be the warmest room in the house but with all the wonderful food smells it will be room everyone gathers in today. Nothing on the satellite or the radars today suggest any issues at all.
The next challenge is Friday morning with another round of very cold conditions tonight. Record lows are likely in some places Friday morning as lows will be in the low to mid teens in the warmest places near urban centers and single digits to low teens everywhere else under clear skies.
Friday will be cold again but with a slight rebound in temperatures as highs should get back into the 30s with lots of sunshine and much less wind. The real rebound occurs Friday night when temperatures hold near or just off the Friday highs and then continue to rise into the 40s Saturday and 50s on Sunday. This will come with increasing clouds Saturday and rain Saturday night into Sunday morning. Longer range it is blocking and chilly as we head into December and we will speak to this and any storm implications later today. Enjoy your Thanksgiving and make it a festive warm one.
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