Temperature records in Midwest and Northeast too on Friday and Saturday, 20.-21. November

Series of extremely warm days in the USA from current week /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/20/last-warm-days-in-midwest-north-platte-233c-73-9f-chicago-189c-66f/; https://mkweather.com/2020/11/21/wildfires-hit-nevada-california-again-including-reno/; https://mkweather.com/2020/11/20/phoenix-92f-333c-it-has-never-been-so-hot-so-late// has shifted to the most eastward regions on Midwest and Northeast on Friday and Saturday, 20.-21. November 2020, with new temperature records for these dates, regionally.

While on Thursday according to NOAA /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/20/many-weather-records-in-illinois-and-indiana-%f0%9f%8c%a1%f0%9f%8c%a1%f0%9f%8c%a1// hit extremely warm weather mainly Illinois and Indiana, on Friday and Saturday it has been mainly Northeast, eastern and southern Midwest and Mid-Atlantic.

On Friday, 20. November, was measured in Tulsa +23,3°C / 73.9°F, Detroit +19,4°C / 66.9°F, Baltimore and Atlantic City +18,9°C / 66°F, Indianapolis +18,3°C / 64.9°F, Boston, New York and Philadelphia +17,8°C / 64°F, Chicago and Erie +17,2°C / 63°F and in Buffalo, Cleveland and Pittsburgh +16,7°C / 62.1°F.

On Saturday, 21. November, the warmest was in Atlantic City and Tulsa, +20,6°C / 69.1°F, Baltimore, +20,0°C / 68°F, New York and Philadelphia, +18,9°C / 66°F, Washington D.C., +17,8°C / 64°F, Boston and Erie, +16,7°C / 62.1°F and in Buffalo, +16,1°C / 61°F.

On Sudnay, 22. November, remnants of warm weather has occurred in Baltimore, +16,7°C / 62.1°F, Pittsburgh and Washington D.C., +16,1°C / 61°F.

During next 72 hours (3 days) next coldwave hits Midwest and Northeast /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/22/next-3-coldwaves-in-midwest-and-northeast-with-peaks-around-24-november-and-1-and-6-december//. After this coldwave, next cold spell are waiting region during the first December decade, but temporarily, it will be again warm.

Illustration photo: https://www.keepingwiththetimes.com/november-sunset/

Friday (up) / Saturday (down) maximum temperatures (°C) /meteologix.com

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