Extremos del Dia de Accion de Gracias
Nov 24, 2015
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With another large storm system moving across the country this week, it is easy to remember that late November is still a time of extremes. From a climate aspect, Arctic air slides southward from Canada more easily than just a few weeks ago, but there will still be parts of the country hanging on to some warmth. And as the planet continues to warm from the increase in greenhouse gases, those mild November spells will continue to increase. This week, we look at the weather extremes on Thanksgiving Day in your market – warmest, coldest, wettest, and where appropriate, snowiest.
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