When I lived in the South, I never had a problem with uncomfortable temperatures during Thanksgiving.
During Thanksgiving, the outside temperatures would be around 60-70 degrees, which is perfect for a holiday.
In your home, you wouldn’t need to turn on your furnace or your air conditioner. In fact, in the South, I rarely turned on my furnace to keep our house warm. However, I recently moved North, which means the temperatures that I was used to was non-existent! Thankfully, I knew that it was going to be cold, so I turned my furnace to a warmer setting. I wanted Thanksgiving to be awesome. I had always hosted the dinner in the South, but now I had the temperature to worry about. During the middle of the preparation, the furnace apparently died. However, I did not notice, because I was too busy trying to cook the food and get the house ready. It wasn’t until the food was finished and the guests were here that I began noticing that the temperature in the house was a bit cold. At first, I tried to blame the door opening instead of the furnace, but when I went to check the furnace. I didn’t hear it running. I called the HVAC technician, and I asked him if there was any way that I would be able to get the furnace fixed right now, and he told me he wouldn’t be able to fix my furnace until tomorrow. All my guests left, and I really can’t blame them. Who wants to be in a cold house on Thanksgiving.