London weather: Wrap up - it's about to get very cold

London weather: Wrap up - it's about to get very cold

London weather: Wrap up - it's about to get very cold

The record low for any November 10 was 27 degrees in 1914. Wind chills: 17-22.

Ready for winter? Temperatures that what will undoubtedly feel like the coldest season of the year has been swapped with autumn on Friday as the wind starts blowing and a blast of Arctic air drifts across the New Jersey region.

Cleveland 19 meteorologists are expected temperatures to plummet to around 19 degrees Friday evening and down to17 degrees Saturday morning.

It brought cold rain, some snowflakes and warnings for this morning's commuters to keep an eye out for black ice on bridges and overpasses.

That would set another record for cold.

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Temperatures rebound more than 20 degrees by Saturday afternoon, but will still be below the average high in the mid-50s.

The record low for any November 11 was 29 degrees, set in 1933.

Saturday (Veteran's Day): A mix of sun and clouds.

Your best bet as we go into the weekend is to bundle up - as the warmer temperatures we've been experiencing through fall will quickly become a distant memory.

At Sunday's 1 p.m. kickoff between the Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints at New Era Field, forecasters call for mostly cloudy skies with a chance for showers and 42 degrees.

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