Pittsburgh Breaks Record Low Temperature On Veterans Day

by Abel Hampton November 12, 2017, 0:47
Pittsburgh Breaks Record Low Temperature On Veterans Day

A forecast low of 17 degrees by nightfall would eclipse the record of 18 degrees set in 1973, Root said, and temperatures are expected to be even colder outside the city, possibly reaching the single digits in parts of northern Berks County.

Today: Windy, sun/clouds. High 32.

The Arctic front sweeps in Thursday night, bringing with it the coldest air the tri-state has seen since March.

More record low temperatures were set in parts of the NY area Saturday morning.

The Friday night chill was expected to give way to warmer weather over the weekend and into next week, according to the National Weather Service.

Buffalo's average high temperature is 50 degrees on Saturday's date and 49 degrees on Sunday.

Temperatures are expected to warm back up over the next several days with mornings warming into the 20s Sunday and 30s Monday through the week onward according to Jon Burnett's 7-day forecast. In Philadelphia, the record of 21 degrees still appears to have gone unbroken.

Temperatures continue to climb Sunday, with a high of 50 degrees in the city. There is a slight chance of showers between midnight and 4 a.m. on Wednesday, although less than one-tenth of an inch of rain is expected to fall.

In Trenton, the morning temperature dropped to 21 degrees, breaking the city's decades-old low of 25 for November 11.


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