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Balloons, blankets on the Monty Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade


Michael R. Sisak and Stephen R. Groves, The Associated Press

Published: Thursday, November 22, 2018 1:28 AM EST

Last update Thursday, November 22, 2018 at 10:02 AM EST

NEW YORK – Bystanders has denied cold temperatures when viewing Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade show to see large balloon blankets and blanket bags.

Tony Stout went to the camp with his extended family, who, after the next day, had a good vision of his son, who would go to the Ohio State University band. They traveled to Columbus, Ohio, to make the parade.

"Ohhh, I freeze and I numb, but excited," he said.

According to advertisers, Thursday may be the coldest Thanksgiving of a century, Temperature in the 20s (-4 and 7 cents), and 20km / h (20km / h) with a long-term national weather forecast. 30 mph (48 km / h), only for safe flying balloons.

City officials said 16 giant balloons, such as SpongeBob and Charlie Brown, could safely escape, even if they were to adjust to height.

Diana Ross, John Legend, Martina McBride and "Sesame Street" are performed on cold ice.

Thursdays may have the coolest Thanksgiving of New York since 1901 when the temperature is higher than 26 degrees (-3.3 Celsius). The coldest record was in 1871, and the worst hit was 22 degrees (-5.5 Celsius).

The Macy Parade was not until 1924.

New York City has provided a long-lasting weather alert and everyone outsells hats, scarves, gloves and lace-up garments and prevents frostbite, face and nose from being frozen.

James O & Neill's Police Commissioner has said thousands of officers will be parading. Counter-terrorism groups have long tracks, mixed with society and a new K-9 team flushes explosives a few hundred yards away.

The parade goes to the Macy emblematic store from mid 46 blocks west of Central Park to Manhattan.

The parade is around 8,000 Marxists, including a school group from across the country, and a dozen floats, along with the arrival of Santa Claus. The shows will be shown on NBC, which will begin at 9:00 a.m.

Ross, 74, will play a new song of her Christmas album and her family members will trace her daughter Tracee Ellis Ross, ABC's "Black-ish" and actress, Evan Ross, son.

Among others, Bad Bunny, Kane Brown and Ella Mai, Pentatonix, Rita Ora, Sugarland, Anika Noni Rose, Barenaked Ladies, Leona Lewis, Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke, Bazzi, Ashley Tisdale and Carly Pearce.

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