Northeast weather looks bad for Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day Freeze

It’s considered by many to be the unofficial start of Summer. Memorial Day is known for barbeques, picnics, and travel. The Northeast United States may have a difficult time doing their traditional Memorial Day weekend activities as the weather appears to be anything but accommodating.

Chilly air from Canada will effect everywhere from Pennsylvania up to Maine starting Friday when many people will be in the middle of their travels. Temperatures are expected to dip down into the 20s across much of the region.

According to Accuweather:

This potential for a freeze is occurring later than normal across the Northeast.

In a typical year, many areas outside of the White, Green and Adirondack Mountains experience their last freeze of the season by the middle of May.

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