Philly Sets Record for Coldness

Oh, and a massive Nor’Easter is coming.

The high of 32 yesterday that was recorded at Philadelphia International Airport was the lowest high ever recorded on November 24th (got that?) in the city’s (recorded) history. The rest of the week isn’t getting much better.

Here’s a graphic of the Noreaster that’s going to blow your Thanksgiving travel plants to smithereens, via NOAA.




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What that means, in a nutshell, is that "virtually the entire US will be affected by this storm: whether directly by rain, wind, snow, or ice, or indirectly via cascading travel delays." Your plans will start getting screwed up late Tuesday night, and will then get really screwed up all day Wednesday.

H/t Philly.com

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  • Jesus Effingchrist

    My Thanksgiving travel PLANTS, eh? What kind of plants would those be? Pumpkins and apples, I presume.