A blast of cold air will continue to chill those in Harrisburg through Monday.
Gone are the temperatures that warmed into the 60s on Saturday.
A noticeably colder Sunday has instead unfolded and will be followed by temperatures dropping into the 20s Sunday night, challenging the record low of 24 degrees from 1951.
Those with plants still sitting on their porches will want to move them indoors before heading to bed.
The chill will continue on Monday, when temperatures will fail to rise out of the upper 40s.
The good news is that there will not be a large temperature difference in actual and AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures on Monday with less wind present and plenty of sunshine in control.
Highs in the upper 50s and lows in the upper 30s are more common in Harrisburg during early November.
Temperatures will rebound Tuesday and Wednesday before a cold front returns a band of rain and gusty winds on Thursday.
Another blast of cool air and brisk winds will follow the rain for late week.
Following a stormy Saturday across the southern Plains, the threat of severe weather will shift eastward for the second half of the weekend.
James Grimaldi of West Seneca, New York, used his drone to capture impressive aerial views of his snow-covered neighborhood.
East Coast travelers are being put on alert that the potential exists for a winter storm to unfold on Wednesday, the busiest travel day of the year.
The magnitude-3.3 earthquake was the biggest earthquake felt across the Metroplex in more than two years.
A wide variety of weather, ranging from springlike conditions, to wintry precipitation and cold air will affect travel across the nation for the week of Thanksgiving.
People across the Northeast will be reaching for their hats and winter coats once again during the upcoming week following a brief period of springlike warmth.
Late-Season Warmth: Buffalo, NY 68 degrees Norfolk, VA 70 degrees Providence, RI 80 degrees District of Columbia 75 degrees Raleigh, NC 77 degrees Greensboro, NC 74 degrees
Hurricane IWA (pronounced EEVA) packing winds of 86 mph with gusts of 105 mph hit the western Hawaiian Islands - first direct hit on the islands since 1959 - major damage on the island of Kauai. Total damage for all of the Hawaiian Islands: $150 million.
Thanksgiving Day Snowstorm (began on the evening of the 22nd). Snowfall amounts included: Location Amount Roanoke, VA 3.0 inches Washington, DC 4.0 inches Baltimore, MD 4.0 inches Philadelphia, PA 4.6 inches Central Park, NYC 4.7 inches Islip, NY 7.0 inches Chatham, MA 12.0 inches