Prep Yourself for a Record-Breaking and Frigid Thanksgiving
According to the National Weather Service, we could have the coldest Thanksgiving since the 1800's.
The blast of Arctic air will arrive in Massachusetts just in time for Turkey Day. For the first time since 1872, Southern New England could see record-breaking cold temperatures.
If I look at my Weather app on my iPhone, it says the high will be 27 right now. When I looked earlier this morning, it said 23. A map from NWS reads as low as 18.
The wind chill temperatures here on the SouthCoast could dip into the single digits during the day. And even if you're traveling to other parts of New England for the holiday, some places will be even colder then Southeastern Massachusetts.
For updates on the weather, you can check into our Storm Center.