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    Commack, NY (Suffolk County)

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  1. Montauk been getting crushed all day. Must be over 5” for the event out there
  2. Massive CTG strike directly overhead. car alarms going off. Wasn’t expecting that.
  3. Very rare to see thunderstorms rolling in from east. I think I have ever seen this before other than in a hurricane/tropical system. But definitely not since I’ve lived here for the past 8 years
  4. Growing season will last another month For the coast, so this rain definitely will help green things up
  5. Windy whipping out there. Good ole fashion nor’easter.
  6. Heat came on this morning for the first time this fall. Right on schedule. First week in October is usually when it happens
  7.  My memory of that period is pristine as usual and you need to go back to whatever hole you crawled out of.  Perhaps back to your blog, which has some of the most mediocre writing I've ever seen.  

  8. lmao as usual haha (also wrong there)-- you don't seem like the kind of person who would do well on standardized tests, you seem to have issues with context.  It's delightful that you actually think that was a blanket statement that applies to the entire planet, but no, we're talking about the  NYC region since that's the subforum we're in. 

    I was talking about our local area.  I also posted a number of metrics that showed that Summer 1999 was indeed a hotter summer as measured by concentration of hot 90 degree days and by hottest month of the year (and indeed the hottest month in the NYC record-- July 1999)  And the dryness of back to back near 0.5 inch months is nearly unmatched.  My memory of that period is pristine as usual and you need to go back to whatever hole you crawled out of.  Perhaps back to your blog, which has some of the most mediocre writing I've ever seen.  

  9. You said nowhere east of NJ recorded 100. You were wrong, as usual. 

    lmao as usual haha (also wrong there)-- you don't seem like the kind of person who would do well on standardized tests, you seem to have issues with context.  It's delightful that you actually think that was a blanket statement that applies to the entire planet, but no, we're talking about the  NYC region since that's the subforum we're in. 

    I was talking about our local area.  I also posted a number of metrics that showed that Summer 1999 was indeed a hotter summer as measured by concentration of hot 90 degree days and by hottest month of the year (and indeed the hottest month in the NYC record-- July 1999)

    You said nowhere east of NJ recorded 100. You were wrong, as usual. 

    lmao as usual haha (also wrong there)-- you don't seem like the kind of person who would do well on standardized tests, you seem to have issues with context.  It's delightful that you actually think that was a blanket statement that applies to the entire planet, but no, we're talking about the  NYC region since that's the subforum we're in. 

    I was talking about our local area.  I also posted a number of metrics that showed that Summer 1999 was indeed a hotter summer as measured by concentration of hot 90 degree days and by hottest month of the year (and indeed the hottest month in the NYC record-- July 1999)  And the dryness of back to back near 0.5 inch months is nearly unmatched.  My memory of that period is pristine as usual and you need to go back to whatever hole you crawled out of.  Perhaps back to your blog, which has some of the most mediocre writing I've ever seen.  

  10. You said nowhere east of NJ recorded 100. You were wrong, as usual.
  11. Pretty sure Boston hit 100. And you realize the bar for a “hot summer” is the average temp, not the hottest day or two right? This IS an actual science…your gut feelings or opinions mean nothing, the data speaks for itself.
  12. This would have been an epic bust in the winter lol, 2 feet to 2 inches
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