Thanksgiving Day: Mostly sunny, with a high near 61. But again, the wind chill will be much worse, not climbing out of the single digits all day. A "nasty" arctic blast blowing in from the north is set to cause temperatures to plummet 15-to-20 degrees Wednesday night into Thursday in cities such as New York City, Boston and Philadelphia, according to The Weather Channel. And the way it appears, both Boston and Worcester will have the coldest Thanksgiving in recorded history, using this method.
Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean says Wednesday will be "quiet" across the East as colder air settles into the region.
NORTHEAST: You remember the coldest air of the season that was aforementioned.
This storm will be warmer with more moisture and could give the Sierra another foot of snow above 8,000 feet, but at pass level snow totals are more of a challenge because temperatures will be warmer. High temperatures will be in the 30s.
Saturday will be pleasant as cloud increase and temperatures warm into the lower 50s. Friday morning lows will be even colder.
"These squalls would have the potential to drop quick bursts of heavy snow along with gusty winds, dropping visibilities on area highways during one of the busiest travel days of the year", forecasters said.
Will it snow on Thanksgiving in Utah?
The balloons won't fly in sustained winds of 23 miles per hour with gusts of 34 miles per hour. If you need to make it over the hill into California, you'll be just fine before about 2 p.m. Wednesday.
The temperatures will be more like what New Yorkers see in January.
Brown, the meteorologist, said the area should start to experience a moderate warmup Friday with high temperatures climbing into the mid-20s.
The high on Thanksgiving Day 2017 was 43 degrees.
More of the same is in store for Friday.