Dozens of records fall as cold grips Northeast, Midwest for one more day

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 12:49:57 AM. It is another cold November morning in the Northeast. Though not as cold as yesterday, temperatures dropped into the 20s through much of the Northeast and Midwest on Sunday morning. Although temperatures are not as cold as Sunday, many daily record lows could be challenged across the entire...
It is another cold November morning in the Northeast. Though not as cold as yesterday, temperatures dropped into the 20s through much of the Northeast and Midwest on Sunday morning. Interested in Weather? Add Weather as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Weather news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Weather Add Interest Although temperatures are not as cold as Sunday, many daily record lows could be challenged across the entire Northeast. This comes after Boston and New York set back-to-back daily record lows on Friday and Saturday. Boston; New York; Bridgeport, Connecticut; Newark and Trenton, New Jersey; Pittsburgh and Scranton, Pennsylvania; and Youngstown, Ohio all set or tied record lows for two consecutive days. Some of these locations are going for a third consecutive record low this morning. Quite a number of low temperature records broken or tied across the Northeast and eastern Great Lakes regions this morning as well as Friday night before midnight. pic.twitter.com/LjKIMoDm8t — NWS Eastern Region (@NWSEastern) November 11, 2017 Some moderation in temperatures is occurring in parts of Midwest in Indiana, Michigan and Chicago thanks to a weak disturbance. The system is bringing some light rain across parts of Iowa and Illinois. However, some of this moisture is encountering some cold air in southern Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio and a mix of rain and snow is falling in this region. Areas of freezing drizzle will also be possible in the region...Read more
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