In fact, the air will be SO cold on Thanksgiving Day that many US cities from Buffalo to Boston may see new record cold maximum temperatures set for Thanksgiving Day! This year, with a current high of 26 degrees projected for Thursday, the city is potentially on track to beat that 117-year-old record.
The timing is not the best, but our first real storm of the season arrives late Wednesday and goes through Friday with the brunt of the snow falling late Wednesday into Thursday morning.
Across South Florida there is only a slight chance of showers Thursday morning, increasing to 20 percent later in the day, according to the National Weather Service. It will be sunny and dry.
Nationwide: The Northeast will experience its coldest Thanksgiving on record, according to The Weather Channel.
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Now the temperature in NY - which has already seen some significant snowfall in the past week - is hovering just above that record low. Tonight, temperatures will hover around the upper 20s and lower 30s.
Mild weather remains in the forecast through Saturday before a storm system moves into the area overnight Saturday into Sunday. "Some areas could see between.5" to 1" of rain.
Friday's late-day clouds may translate into rain Saturday morning and continue in the evening. Temperatures will be solidly in the 20s and winds will remain light when the celebration begins on Woodward at 10 a.m. Highs will be in the low 60s. Gusty easterly winds build up to 12-17 miles per hour with gusts possible above 20 miles per hour for coastal areas.