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  1. Some pop showers now into NEPA and near NWNJ
  2. Some high clouds now but very nice out regardless. Holding out on the heat but may need it Mon and Tue mornings.
  3. Don, can you post the list for EWR (top 10 years and # of days 70+ / 80(+)? Also, is that calendar year or just from June ? Assuming its the whole year.
  4. High of 82 yesterday then all the way down to 48. A very sunny and pleasant 62/48. Cooler the next 60 hours peaking Monday (10/18) night into Tuesday morning. First 40s for metro/ upper 30s for inland? We'll see. Roller coaster back up by Wed - Fri with mid 70s and perhaps a stray upper 70s (77078) in the warmer spots. Then the ride goes back down next weekend 10/23 and into the next week 10/24. Beyond that models hint at cut off ULL could pump heights and humidity by the end of the month, likely it will come with rain near the end of the month.
  5. 10/16 EWR: 82 New Brnswck: 82 PHL: 82 TEB: 80 TTN: 80 BLM: 78 LGA: 77 ACY: 76 NTC: 76 JFK: 75 ISP: 74
  6. https://cdn.star.nesdis.noaa.gov//GOES16/ABI/SECTOR/EUS/GEOCOLOR/GOES16-EUS-GEOCOLOR-1000x1000.gif
  7. Roller coaster trending overall nearer to normal beyond today's warmth. Clouds racing in and put a lid on 80s and most of the area will top out in the 70s before the front moves through with storms and much drier/cooler air in its wake. Taste of fall Sun (10/17) through Tue (10/19) much cooler and possible coolest of the season so far. By Tue pm and into Thu, heights and warmer than normal returns with gorgeous mid fall days bright sunshine and mid to perhaps a few stray upper 70s. Cooler again by later next week into next weekend (10/23). GFS looks long range stormy in the 10/24 period and ECM looks cooler. Looks like we het back into hungup cut off ULL towards the end of the month and depending where these ULL develop and close off will determine if we end on the warmer side overall. 10/15 (highs) EWR: 84 LGA: 83 New Brnswck: 82 BLM: 82 PHL: 82 TEB: 81 ACY: 80 TTN: 80 NYC: 79 ISP: 78 JFK: 77
  8. 60 hours of late summer warmth with sun returning and near records today/ Fri and part of saturday ahead of the front. Kind of a back and forth (bias warm) Sat (10/16) through sat (10/23). Coolest air of the season likely Sun (10/17) and Mon (10/18) before moderating and warming back up mid next week. Cooler again by the end of next week and next weekend. Should see less cloudy days next week and could allow temps to overperform maxes.
  9. Thu - Sat (depending on timing of front/clouds)
  10. http://synoptic.envsci.rutgers.edu/site/imgs/vis_nj_anim.gif
  11. Pesty clouds for another day or half day then onto late season warmth Tue (10/12) through Sat (10/17) ahead of strong cold front. Coolest lows of the season Sun (10/18) - Tue and Wed(10/21). Warmup by mid next week and overall warmer pattern beyond with brief cooldowns.
  12. Similar weather tu Jul 3rd this year.
  13. Streak of nice weekend consecutively ended at 4 last weekend as this weekend coudn't continue the streak. Warmer overall and near record temps this week. Offshore system down by the Carolinas enhancing clouds and easterly flow. Should clear out and warm up by Monday (10/11). Temps racing back into the 70s and with enough sun 80s by this coming Thu (10/14) and Fri (10/15). Perhaps records in some areas . (EWR will be tough with and need 85 and 86) Beyond there next weekend (10/16-17) cold front arrives and coolest of the season for a period till next Tuesday or Wed (10/20). Beyond there it looks to moderate back to a warmer to much warmer regime.
  14. Next / last chance of 80s looks possible next Thu (10/14) / Fri (10/15) ahead of strong cold front and perhaps the coolest air of the season so far as currently modeled Sat (10/17) and into the next week 10/17. Beyond there moderation / warmer returns to not to long after. We'll see if we can clear and get a late season 80s in the warmer spots and then how cool we can go in the 1/17 to 10/22 period.
  15. 10/8 EWR: 79 PHL: 79 New Brnswck: 79 TTN: 78 ACY: 78 JFK: 77 ISP: 77 TEB: 77 BLM: 76 LGA: 76 NYC: 76
  16. 71/68 and storms in EPA. Hung up pattern with ULL into the Gulf, onshore/ Southerly flow much of the week. East winds tomorrow and clouds could spoil the Newark 70 stretch, otherwise more sun on Wed and Thu and mid/upper 70s. The weekend looks much like it is today with clouds and scattered rain/storms. Ridge and SW flow by next week and next shot at 80s in the warmer spot between Tue (10/12) and Sat (10/16). warmer overall looks to continue into the Longer range with occasional cooler/chilly ENE/NE flow a day or two scattered in the next 10 - 14.
  17. 10/3 (highs) EWR: 84 TEB: 83 PHL: 83 BLM: 81 LGA: 81 New Brnswck: 81 TTN: 79 ISP: 77 JFK: 77 NYC: 77 ACY: 76 1
  18. http://synoptic.envsci.rutgers.edu/site/imgs/vis_nj_anim.gif
  19. Up to 80 off a low of 49. Dewpoint low 60s. AC back on kind of day. Still looks warmer than normal overall and guidance still brings in 850 temps >16c next week somewhere between the 11 - 16 could see more 80s.
  20. Sam just visible on the wide East coast / atlantic coast sat view. Sunshine state having some remarkable weather for a while now.
  21. Down to 43 and on the way to another gorgeous weekend (4 in a row) with mostly sunny and near 80. Tomorrow the warmest day of the week with low 80s likely. Hung up pattern with ULL closing off and heading to Gulf coast. Ridge over the top pushes onshore or southerly (humid flow) this week, perhaps pushing dewpoints near 70 at times.. Clouds in the way from higher daytime maxes but nighttime lows in the 60s for a bunch of the week. Some rain / storms likely Tuesday otherwise only scattered showers the rest of the work week. Next weekend Fri (10/8) looks to continue a bit unsettled and perhaps spoil the chance for 5 in a row spectacular weekends, before the ridge builds east by Mon (10/11). Models may present chance for late season 80s, especially in the warmer spots towards mid month Mon (10/11) - Fri (10/16). Overall looking warmer than normal.
  22. New Brnswck was 69 and many CNJ/NE-NJ were 68-71
  23. Down to 44 last night and can see a 35 - 40 degree swing by Sunday afternoon. Cool waning and the warmup is underway starting tomorrow (Sat (10/2). Chance of 80s in the warmer spot and then more widespread 80 to low 80s on Sunday (10/3). Record highs Sunday at EWR is 85 but i think they will fall short. Warmer overall, but cloudy and at times wet the next work week on (10/4) through mch of the work week. Pending on clouds Monday more chances for 80s. Onshore to humid southerly flow as well next week. Models a bit less emphatic wirh ridging by the week of the 11th but overall warmer than normal looks likely into mid month. Watch for sneaky low or tropical system in the 10/10 - 10/12 period along the coast, first noreaster?
  24. So far EWR only up to 69 so the 70(+) streak is in jeopardy. Mostly cloudy now too. http://synoptic.envsci.rutgers.edu/site/imgs/vis_nj_anim.gif
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