Published: Sat, November 11, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Darrell Mcdonald

Arctic cold will lead to record low temperatures Saturday

Arctic cold will lead to record low temperatures Saturday

The record low for any November 10 was 27 degrees in 1914. But things will really chill out Friday night, when temps drop to 24 degrees, with it feeling more like 14 degrees - thanks to the wind.

Ready for winter? Temperatures that what will undoubtedly feel like the coldest season of the year has been swapped with autumn on Friday as the wind starts blowing and a blast of Arctic air drifts across the New Jersey region.

Check on elderly neighbors and keep an eye on your pets.

Record-low temperatures are forecast for Friday and Saturday, with nighttime and early-morning mercury dipping into the 20s.

That would set another record for cold. Saturday night will be another cold one, with a high of just 29 degrees. Today's daily low temperature mark for this date is 19 degrees, set in 1991.

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Saturday (Veteran's Day): A mix of sun and clouds. Highs are expected in the mid-30s.

Cooler-than-average temperatures hang around through the weekend.

They'll rebound closer to normal on Sunday with a 40 percent chance of showers and a high of 42 degrees.

Saturday will be a different story, with clouds bringing rain for some southern parts of the United Kingdom, the Met Office warned.

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