Numerous last few Thanksgivings have been shirt-sleeve weather but this year it will seem more like a January deep freeze thanks to arctic air moving in from the Great Lakes.
Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean says Wednesday will be "quiet" across the East as colder air settles into the region. They were expected to shoot up to a high of 50 degrees on Friday. Skies will be mostly cloudy to overcast for the day but we will not have any rain until very late Friday night.
Be sure to keep an eye on the forecast for updates over the next few days.
Wind chills are projected to be between 6 and 12 degrees between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. Thursday and will not improve much later on in the day. That's almost 30 degrees below the typical high the city sees around this time of the year, CBS Boston says.
On Thursday night, the temperature will drop to about 9 degrees.
Thanksgiving morning looks to be the coldest, though.
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'A stronger wave of low pressure will likely impact the area later tonight into Tuesday with accumulating snow across northern MA.
In Boston, the high on Thursday will be a mere -6C (22F) - making it the coldest Thanksgiving there of all-time and the coldest high ever recorded during the entire week of the holiday.
Early forecasts claim readings could dip near zero degrees in places across the northeast, with a storm system that could follow. It will be sunny and dry on turkey day.
The mountains of Summit County and the Winter Park/Estes Park area will also see accumulating snow but amounts should be less compared to farther west.
Flights in and out of JFK Airport could also be delayed because of the gales, as a blast of Arctic air arrives from Canada.