Warmest Christmas Eve the East Coast has ever seen shattering record

Mashable: The world's hottest year is ending in the most fitting manner possible: with one of the most significant heat waves on record for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The heat extends more than 1,500 miles, from South Florida northward to eastern Canada, and is being described on social media -- in non-technical terminology -- as a "blowtorch" weather pattern. Or, in the words of a meteorologist at the National Weather Service forecast office in Portland, Maine: "It is safe to say Santa should wear......

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