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No weather trouble into Thanksgiving
No weather trouble into Thanksgiving
A cold and blustery day will turn into the coldest night so far of the season. Temperatures when you get up tomorrow morning will be as cold as 18 in the lowest valleys to 27 in downtown Boston for the first time the city has gone below 30°
The next couple of days look absolutely beautiful. Wednesday will see highs around 40 with plenty of sunshine but that persistent breeze making it feel chilly. It will start cold on Thanksgiving Day for turkey trots and football games but warm to the lower and middle 50s during the afternoon for the evening walk. A few showers arrive on Friday followed by colder but dry weather as folks return to their destination Saturday and Sunday.
— Dave Epstein
What you need to know, currently.
Blockade Australia
BREAKING: Sergeio, 22, has been sentenced to 12 months in prison, 6 months no parole, for direct action at the world's biggest coal port.
He said: “We’re taking our future back. When Australia decides it’s going to destroy it’s people through ecocide, the people will rise up”.
A 22-year-old Australian climate activist has been sentenced to a year in jail for blockading coal trains. The protestor, Eric Serge Herbert, stopped a coal train in Newcastle, by climbing on top of it. Read more from The Guardian here.
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