Cold weather arrived in Boston right in time for the start to the 2013 World Series and is here to stay for the remainder of the series.
Fans weathered the chilly temperatures and rain for game one of the series, as the city's beloved Red Sox hosted the St. Louis Cardinals.
For game two on Thursday, temperatures will be slightly warmer in the mid-40s.
The teams' pitchers will again battle brisk temperatures along with a slight breeze for their pre-game warmups as temperatures for the first pitch at 8:07 p.m. EDT are forecast to be approximately 48 degrees.
While this game will not be the coldest World Series game in history, as game four of the 1997 World Series featuring the Florida Marlins and Cleveland Indians holds that record, it could take the number three spot.
AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures at the start of the game will be in the high 30s.
Unlike game one, skies will be partly cloudy, but remain rain free.
(AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Looking ahead to games three and four, the November-like chill that has taken over the city will remain as the two teams fight for the 2013 World Champion title.
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A storm rolling out of the Southwest will spread a swath of heavy snow and travel disruptions from the Rockies to the northern Plains and Upper Midwest early this week.
The Seattle area will be basking in sunny, dry skies for most of the week as temperatures stay near seasonable averages.
The East (1991)
Record warmth for the second day in a row. Records included: Location Old Record New Record Pittsburgh, PA 74 68/1976 Youngstown, OH 71 67/1976 Buffalo, NY 66 53/1923 Scranton, PA 68 66/1972 Albany, NY 65 59/1972 Erie, PA 70 58/1887 Charleston, WV 81* 79/1976 *warmest ever for so early in the season
New York, NY (1996)
4.6" of snow brought the seasonal total to 66.8". This broke the all-time seasonal snowfall record of 63.2" during the winter of 1947-1948. At JFK Airport; 5.3" fell making the winter total 59.8". This broke the 1960-1961 record of 58.4".
Spokane, WA (2001)
Broke record for consecutive days with 1" or more of snow on the ground. The streak began November 9, 2000 and lasted 114 days. The old record was 113 days set in 1992-1993.