Storm expected to hit Southwest Colorado on Thanksgiving

Randal Sanchez
November 23, 2018

The record high in Boston on Thanksgiving is 24 degrees and the low is 11 degrees.

A Cold Emergency Alert will provide additional services and support to protect people from life-threatening illnesses and injuries associated with severe cold weather.

"It's going to be brutal out there", said Accuweather senior meteorologist Dave Dombek.

Morning lows will start in the mid-20s, with highs reaching the low 40s.

News reports in NY indicate that the record-breaking cold is expected to be accompanied by winds of 22 miles per hour - gusting to 34 miles per hour, which could force balloons to be grounded for the famous Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The advisory will be in effect from 4 10 a.m. for parts of Franklin County, Hampshire County, and Hampden County, where wind chill values could drop to as low as 15 below zero.

On Thanksgiving Day, temperatures will have a high of 39 degrees and a low of 37, the NWS said.

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Highs on Thursday will be in the teens and 20s, with subzero wind chills across northern New England, including MA.

Light snowfall is in the forecast for Northeast Ohio; Erie, and western Upstate New York into late Wednesday afternoon and evening.

Heavy snow squalls could accompany an arctic cold front that will move into the region today and spread record-breaking cold across the Southern New England for Thanksgiving, according to the National Weather Service. High temperatures will be in the 30s. It will be sunny and dry on turkey day.

Snowy and windy conditions are likely over the Sierra passes above 7,500 feet starting Wednesday morning. In higher elevations, snow is to be expected. Tonight the clear skies continue, making for a attractive evening.

The mountains can expect a dry morning before snow arrives in the afternoon, with 1 to 6 inches expected into Friday morning.

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