I am in New York City on Christmas Eve and it is 64 degrees outside.
You read that right.
Now I’m sure that this is nothing out of the ordinary for those of you who live in California like Ben Stein or in Florida like Larry Thornberry.
But in the Northeast?
The highs exceeded 70 degrees. Who would have thought the bus between Boston & NYC on December 24th would require air conditioning?
Who would have thought that outdoor dining would have been an option on Christmas Eve in NYC? But here’s a pic of my brother Ezra and I dining at Fiorella’s across the street from Lincoln Center. This is certainly a Christmas Eve I will never forget.
Warm temperatures are expected to continue here on Christmas Day with a high of 64 degrees.
Well, warm or cold, I want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas.
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