"It's going to be brutal out there", said Accuweather senior meteorologist Dave Dombek.
Throughout the day on Thanksgiving don't expect it to warm up much at all.
In the Northeast, snow could lengthen the time that travelers spend on the road and at the airports. More of the same is in store for Friday.
'A stronger wave of low pressure will likely impact the area later tonight into Tuesday with accumulating snow across northern MA.
A second, stronger and colder storm was expected to move into the area Friday evening through Sunday morning, bringing snow to the mountains and higher valleys.
Otherwise Wednesday will be partly sunny, with highs in the lower 40s and a slight chance of snow showers in the afternoon.
A wind chill advisory has been issued for western MA for Thursday morning. While I'm sure individual records will fall for high and low temperatures for individual cities, one that is particularly interesting is the "coldest Thanksgiving" record.
But wintry-cold temperatures are flowing across the Great Lakes, which will generate snow for some of the areas off Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario through Wednesday. A Winter Storm Warning for the Sierra goes from Wednesday afternoon through Friday. That means we're going to have very little issues in regards to weather affecting travel by air or land over the next few days. Stay tuned to 92.1 KRLS for the latest winter weather information, as well as cancellations and delays. You're best to call ahead for any plans you may have.