Temperatures Could Approach Record Lows Friday

Marsha Scott
November 13, 2017

Autumn may not be officially over, but it will sure feel like winter in the Garden State this weekend.

Johnson said new record lows for November 11 were also set this morning in Newark (24 degrees) and Allentown (18 degrees), and tied in Reading, Pa. (18 degrees).

Storm Team 4 says glacial temperatures Saturday morning will likely break an 84-year-old record low of 28 degrees set in Central Park back in 1933.

Temperatures fell all the way down to 18° Saturday morning, setting a new Veterans Day record low.

Boston isn't the only part of the country experiencing cold, according to the weather service.

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By midnight, expect temperatures to drop below freezing.

Temps began to slowly creep up on Saturday as Central Park recorded a brisk 37 degrees by the afternoon, still well below the norm of 56. Records at other locations may also shatter, including a record low of 29 degrees set at LaGuardia in 1956 and a record low of 25 degrees set at Newark that same year.

Tonight, temperatures will return to the mid-20s, but the wind will calm down.

Luckily sunny skies prevail today as temperatures only warm into the upper 30s.

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