Thursday, November 22, 2018

Coldest Thanksgiving In 150 Years As Northeast Hit By "Siberian" Temperatures

Raquel Welch unavailable for comment.

A blast of Arctic air that is pushing temperatures 15 to 25 degrees colder below trend. As a result, people spending time outdoors during Thanksgiving Day into Black Friday may face some of the coldest conditions on record in the northeastern United States for late November.

The cold weather will be supplied by a burst of arctic air that produced locally blinding snow squalls across parts of the interior Northeast on Wednesday. The squalls diminished to spotty flurries south and east of the Appalachians.
"Anomalously cold weather will impact the I-95 corridor Thursday and Friday. Record low temperatures have already been broken Thursday morning across New England, and record low maximum temperatures are expected in many cities Thursday. This combined with winds gusting 15-30 mph will make it feel below zero at times through Friday morning," said Ed Vallee, head meteorologist at Vallee Weather Consulting.
Nov. 30, 1871, holds the record for the coldest Thanksgiving Day on record in New York City with a low of 15 and a high of 22.


  1. Thank goodness “Glowbull Warmen” will come to save us all.

    Wait - What? You mean it’s not? !!!!!


  2. Get ready for the coming ice age. Build a greenhouse and grow your own food.

    1. BUT if it was me and Raquel, the place would heat back up.

  3. My daughter moved to New Hampshire this past summer. We are here for Thanksgiving. I had a flat on the car when we did out traditional Thanksgiving afternoon movie. It sucks changing a tire when it is 14 degrees outside.

    The only bright spot: Bohemian Rhapsody was awesome.

  4. Everytime I think about leaving SoCal, I read about something like this. Sigh.