Millions of people across the country are reportedly in store to experience the coldest Thanksgiving this week in more than a century.
NBC News reports that temperatures are expected to hit a high of just 29 degrees in Philadelphia, Penn., on Thursday with residents in New York and Boston preparing to wake up to 26 and 21 degrees respectively the same morning.
According to the news agency, New York experienced its coldest Thanksgiving yet on Nov. 30, 1871, when temperatures dipped to a low 22 degrees.
The coldest Thanksgiving in Boston reportedly happened in 1873 when temperatures fell to 19 degrees and in Philadelphia with 28 degrees in 1901.
New York City is also reportedly preparing to face bone-chilling winds of 15-25 mph on Turkey Day as Macy’s parade organizer continue to be on high alert for the expected weather.
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