Boston gets walloped with record-breaking cold not seen since 1901

Boston broke a 116-year-old record Saturday morning when the temperature dropped to 23 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

The previous record low for November 11 was set at 24 degrees in 1901.

Saturday marked the second consecutive day of record-breaking cold for the Boston area. On Friday, the city broke its previous 2004 record low temperature of 25 degrees.

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

Meteorologist David Epstein said that Arctic air moved into the region on Friday, ushering in the coldest temperatures of the season so far. Forecasters said the region could still see record cold on Sunday morning as well.

According to the weather service’s seven-day forecast for Boston, Saturday should warm up to 35 degrees, while Sunday should see a high of 43.

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    Sonnyhill

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    This doesn’t fit the Warmists’ view, so it’s a cold snap .
    On their other hand, a record high temperature is climate.

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    G

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    Another record cold here today, and the hits just keep on coming. This is part of a much bigger multi-year pattern in the upper Midwest; later spring thaws and earlier fall deep freezes. This year I never even had a chance to bring in my garden hoses before they froze solid.

    Still, this is not regarded by the media as even being worthy of note. At the same time, if we have just a single day of abnormal warm temperatures you can bet the newspapers will be awash with apocalyptic stories of man made climate change.

    There is no doubt that given time these trends too will vary both upward and down in the normal cycles of constant climate change. I for one am happy that the overall ten thousand year trend is toward warming. Just 12,000 years ago my property in Wisconsin was covered by a massive glacier…

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      Sonnyhill

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      Remember that M. Mann found a tree from Quebec and used its rings as historical proxy data for the entire Northern Hemisphere . No accounting for rain or any other factors, just temperature

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    jayPee

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    Now let’s bring this up to date
    This is obviously Bush’s fault
    and the fault of the deniers who we will not publish
    Any interference with obvious unproven fact is of course

    scientific HERESY

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    Spurwing Plover

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    Snow in Boston before Thanksgiving what do the enviromental Turkeys have to say about this and i mean James Hansen Al Bore and those idiots from Greenpeace

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    Amber

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    It’s only cold in Boston till NOAA “fudge tunes ” things .
    Doesn’t human use of fossil fuel go up the colder it gets ?
    Don’t deaths of mammals and most other creatures go up the colder it is ?
    What crops are grown on frozen earth ?
    Why do only 5000 people live full time in Antarctica , a place bigger than the USA ?
    Why do so many scary global warming preachers live in sunny warm California ?
    Why is the earth greening with higher levels of CO2 ?
    Why do people who claim to be scientists further the myth that humans are somehow going to adjust the earth’s temperature to a happy place within 2 degrees by cutting back on natures plant food ?
    How did the International Panel Of Climate Crooks and their bankers even get this far ?
    Tax payers robbed and tens of thousands of premature deaths for what ?
    And what is the USA doing ? A witch hunt based on a DNC/ Clinton $10 million dollar bought and paid for dirty fake dossier .
    No wonder China is kicking ass . They are playing with toddlers who refuse to get there act together .
    con job this far .

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