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March 2012- Driest On Record for Central Park?


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#36
SBUWX23

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0.26 in at Central Park as of 2am with more precip to come.

#37
Weathergun

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0.26 in at Central Park as of 2am with more precip to come.


Another .09" since then. Bringing Central Park up to .35" to as of 7am, for this event:

http://www.weather.g...story/KNYC.html

Central Park is now at .94" now for the month. This ties with March 1966, for the third driest March on record.

#38
uncle W

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Another .09" since then. Bringing Central Park up to .35" to as of 7am, for this event:

http://www.weather.g...story/KNYC.html

Central Park is now at .94" now for the month. This ties with March 1966, for the third driest March on record.

if the temperature stays in the low 40's today we can kiss the warmest March goodbye also...

#39
Weathergun

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Central Park just reported another .01", the past hour. We are now at 4th driest March on record, with a total at .95"

#40
ag3

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Euro did a terrible job with this system with qpf amounts. Had .10"-.15" for several runs for our area.

LGA: .46"
NYC: .36"
JFK: .39"
EWR: .41"

Yesterday's 12z NAM nailed this qpf amounts.




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