What kind of high temps did you record during the heat, BW? We have an interesting range of microclimates in our region. Wednesday was a nonstarter, it wasn't even remotely hot here, but I noticed we were about 5 degrees warmer than JFK on Thursday (as were Farmingdale and Islip.) The high at ISP was 89 and it was 85 at JFK, while it got to 90 here at 3:10 PM. On Friday, we were hotter than JFK during the early afternoon (it hit 91 at 2:30 PM) but when the wind direction switched to west during the late afternoon JFK got into the low 90s (92) while Farmingdale and Islip were in the low and mid 80s after a high of 89 again at ISP because tstorms were passing over that area or nearby. We stayed around 90 until 5:30 and then fell into the mid 80s even though it didn't rain here, while JFK stayed in the low 90s until 7 PM. Maybe the proximity to the rain (even though it didn't rain here and was partly cloudy most of the time, maybe even mostly sunny) caused our temps to drop later in the afternoon rather than get the boost that JFK got from the post-frontal west wind (something I knew would happen, because there's always a post-frontal temp boost at JFK during the warm season lol.) But that was the biggest range of temps I've seen between here and JFK while on a west wind since the first day of the super heatwave in July 2010 when JFK hit 101 and we stayed in the upper 90s- the rest of the city was even cooler (JFK topped 100 three times in that stretch, while we did it twice.) Of course it was also strange to see us 5 degrees hotter than JFK on a SW wind on Thursday, but perhaps the 2.5 miles distance between here and the Ocean is what made for that difference.