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  1. Was there a period where JFK was using hourly obs and had no inter hour (low/highs) earlier this month and part of June? I noticed on the website i follow until last Thu or Fri, it was not reporting the 6 hour inter hour maxes and mins. The persistent and dominant southerly flow this season the main culprit.
  2. A few slow moving rains and totals will be higher, locally
  3. 74 / 67 looks like 4 days of clouds got in the way, rain / storm chances each day and a 4 day total that should see a widespread >1-3 inches and higher in some spots. Atlantic ridge keeping a hung out boundary / front nearby with numerous popup slow moving showers/rain. Some breaks in the clouds Tue could push it near 90 but looks cloudy and humid. Rain focus on Mon PM - night / Wed. Beyond there as we head into this weekend Fri (7/26) drier but still wouldnt think we have a completely dry weekend. Hotter look once to the 29th as more stronger heat from the west pushes north and east. Onshore component / southerly flow keeps it humid with rain chances - not a dry pattern.
  4. Highs: New Brnswck: 92 TEB: 92 EWR: 89 TTN: 88 PHL: 88 NYC: 88 LGA: 87 BLM: 86 JFK: 86 ISP: 86 ACY: 85
  5. 88 /66 In/out of clouds Wind: 173° (S)
  6. Has the ridge north look / onshore component with stronger heat north and inland initially in day 7 - 10. Could be continued somewhat stagnant flow Humid/Hot and ran chances. Atlantic ridge continues to stay anchored and expand in periods. Ridge pushing east of HI has weaker trough into the or off of the WC.
  7. 77 / 67 (dewpoints rising).. Cleared from yesterday, what will likely be the driest, and warmest day of the next 5. Upper 80s to low 90s today in the warm spots. Scattered showers possible later. Week looks to include showers/storms chances each day,very humid and remain mostly cloudy, keeping temps in the 80s/70s most days. Drier but still not completely by the weekend as the ridge builds north of us. Warmer - hotter by 29th. Western heat building in north and east, onshore flow keeps the hottest inland as it looks now, but an overall hotter look from the 29th and beyond.
  8. Records: Highs: EWR: 101 (1980) NYC: 101 (1980) LGA: 101 (1991) JFK: 99 (2019) Lows: EWR: 59 (1997) NYC: 55 (1890) LGA: 61 (1997) JFK: 57 (1965) Historical: 1915: A record high temperature of 115 degrees occurred in Yosemite Valley at the National Park Headquarters, California (around 4,000 feet elevation). This reading was the warmest day in a streak of 7 consecutive days of 110 degrees or higher at Yosemite Valley from the 19th through the 25th. 1930 - The temperature at Washington D.C. soared to an all-time record of 106 degrees. The next day Millsboro reached 110 degrees to set a record for the state of Delaware. July 1930 was one of the hottest and driest summers in the U.S., particularly in the Missouri Valley where severe drought conditions developed. Toward the end of the month state records were set for Kentucky with 114 degrees, and Mississippi with 115 degrees. (David Ludlum) 1934 - The temperature at Keokuk, IA, soared to 118 degrees to establish a state record. (The Weather Channel) 1953 - Twenty-two inches of hail reportedly fell northeast of Dickinson, ND. (The Weather Channel) 1977: A flash flood hits Johnstown, Pennsylvania, on this day in 1977, killing 84 people and causing millions of dollars in damages. This flood came 88 years after the infamous Great Flood of 1889 that killed more than 2,000 people in Johnstown. 1986 - The temperature at Charleston, SC, hit 104 degrees for the second day in a row to tie their all-time record high. (The Weather Channel) 1987 - Thunderstorms produced severe weather across Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. Thunderstorms produced wind gusts to 87 mph at Mosinee, WI, and strong thunderstorm winds capsized twenty-six boats on Grand Traverse Bay drowning two women. Thunderstorms produced nine inches of rain at Shakopee, MN, with 7.83 inches reported in six hours at Chaska, MN. Thunderstorms in north central Nebraska produced hail as large as golf balls in southwestern Cherry County, which accumulated to a depth of 12 inches. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 1988 - The temperature at Redding, CA, soared to an all-time record high of 118 degrees. Showers and thunderstorms produced much needed rains from New England to southern Texas. Salem, IN, was deluged with 7.2 inches of rain resulting in flash flooding. (The National Weather Summary) 1989 - Showers and thunderstorms in the Middle Atlantic Coast Region soaked Wilmington, DE, with 2.28 inches of rain, pushing their total for the period May through July past the previous record of 22.43 inches. Heavy rain over that three month period virtually wiped out a 16.82 inch deficit which had been building since drought conditions began in 1985. Thunderstorms in central Indiana deluged Lebanon with 6.50 inches of rain in twelve hours, and thunderstorms over Florida produced wind gusts to 84 mph at Flagler Beach. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 2005: Hurricane Emily made landfall in northern Mexico. When the central pressure fell to 29.43 inches of mercury, and its sustained winds reached 160 mph on the 16th, Emily became the strongest hurricane ever to form before August, breaking a record set by Hurricane Dennis just six days before. It was also the earliest Category 5 hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic basin, beating Hurricane Allen's old record by nearly three weeks.
  9. Highs: EWR: 87 TEB: 86 LGA: 86 PHL: 85 TTN: 84 BLM: 84 NYC: 83 ISP: 83 ACY: 83 New Brnswck: 83 JFK: 80
  10. Big factor, Bluwve posted on it last week, but heres another good update https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2024-07-15-saharan-dust-atlantic-hurricane-season
  11. Remaining / forecast quiet this week
  12. 72 / 64 - Mainly cloudy. Dewpoints slowly creeping up. Hung up front to the south and showers possible in southern areas. Clouds keep a lid on temps mid - upper 80 (where there are breaks). We'll see how much we can clear tomorrow (which could be the sunniest/driest day of the next 6. Upper 90s. Atlantic ridge but up against the SE coast with front nearby. Overall warm / stormy this week - chance of storms/showers Mon - Fri, clearing possible which heats it quickly. Mainly mid - upper 80s stray 90 on the clearer days in the warm spots. Sat 7/27 and beyond looks a bit drier and should get us back near / low 90s Western ridge expanding N and E. 7/20 - 7/26 : Near normal, storms, showers each day, humid 7/27 - beyond : Overall warm/ humid above normal - hotter towards the 29.
  13. Records: Highs: EWR: 100 (2013) NYC: 102 (1977) LGA: 100 (2013) JFK: 97 (1963) Lows: EWR: 60 (1962) NYC: 57 (1924) LGA: 62 (2000) JFK: 61 (1962) Historical: 1886 - A hurricane from the Gulf of Mexico crossed Florida causing great damage from Cedar Keys to Jacksonville. (David Ludlum) 1886: The 1886 Atlanta Hurricane season was a very active year with ten hurricanes, seven of which struck the United States. During the evening hours of July 18th, a category 1 storm made landfall near Homosassa Springs, Florida. Damage was slight as the area was thinly inhabited. The hurricane weakened to tropical storm status south of Gainsville and emerged on the eastern side of Florida, south of Jacksonville during the morning hours of the 19th. This was the fourth hurricane to make landfall in the United States. 1960 - Cow Creek and Greenland Ranch in Death Valley, CA, reported morning lows of 102 degrees. The afternoon high at Greenland Ranch was 124 degrees, and the high at Cow Creek that afternoon was 126 degrees. The coolest low for the entire month for both locations was 82 degrees. (The Weather Channel) 1974 - A severe thunderstorm with winds to 80 mph and up to two inches of rain washed out four to five foot deep sections of roadway in Lake Havasu City, AZ. Three persons in a station wagon died as it was carried 3000 feet down a wash by a ten foot wall of water. (The Weather Channel) 1977 - Thunderstorms produced torrential rains over parts of southwestern Pennsylvania. Some places receive more than twelve inches in a seven hour period. The heavy rains cause flash flooding along streams resulting in widespread severe damage. The cloudburst floods Johnstown with up to ten feet of water resulting in 76 deaths, countless injuries, and 424 million dollars damage. (David Ludlum) (The Weather Channel) 1987 - Fifteen cities in the western and the southeastern U.S. reported record low temperatures for the date, including Winnemucca, NV, with a reading of 33 degrees. Flagstaff AZ reported a record low of 34 degrees. Afternoon and evening thunderstorms produced severe weather in New York State and New Jersey. High winds and hail two inches in diameter injured two persons and caused considerable damage to crops in the Pine Island area of central New York State. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 1988 - Thunderstorms in Nebraska produced more than five inches of rain at Red Cloud, including two inches in fifteen minutes. Torrid temperatures continued over California, with record highs of 115 degrees at Red Bluff and 116 degrees at Redding. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 1989 - Early morning thunderstorms in the Lower Mississippi Valley produced 5.50 inches of rain south of Alexander, AR, in just ninety minutes, and flash flooding which resulted claimed the life of one woman. Thunderstorms in Indiana produced 4.95 inches of rain in twelve hours east of Muncie. Eight cities in the southwestern U.S. reported record high temperatures for the date, including Las Vegas, NV, with a reading of 115 degrees, and Phoenix, AZ, with a high of 116 degrees. The low that night at Phoenix of 93 degrees was the warmest of record for that location. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 2005 - A severe heat wave gripped the region during early to mid-July. Las Vegas, NV tied their all-time record high temperature of 117 degrees, equalling the old record set on July 24, 1942. 2006 - The first of two severe thunderstorms hits the St. Louis area, causing the largest power outage in the city's history with over 570,000 people losing electricity. 2006: A derecho impacted a sellout crowd of almost 44,000 St. Louis Cardinals fans, packed into the new Busch Stadium. Winds of about 80 mph whirled around the St. Louis area, sending the fans running for shelter. The winds knocked out power and broke windows out of the press box. Nearly two minutes after the winds began at 100 mph, they stopped, and it started to rain. In all, about 30 people were injured at the stadium.
  14. Highs: EWR: 87 New Brnswck: 86 PHL: 86 TTN: 85 TEB: 85 LGA: 85 ACY: 85 BLM: 83 ISP: 83 NYC: 83 JFK: 82
  15. Splendid day for sure!. The forecast (outside of rain) doesnt have much below normal and continues to look warm - hot as it has been since June.
  16. A glorious 85/51 out side.
  17. Monthly dep (through 7/18). This week will take these down a bit but its still looking near - above normal. EWR: +4.3 NYC: +3.6 LGA: +1.8
  18. 68 / 55 and one of the drier/cooler days since Jul 1st/2nd. Reprieve from heat and humidity today and Sat. Sunny mid / upper 80s today with clouds tomorrow keeping it in the low-mid 80s. Warmer by Sun (7/21) / more humid. Atlantic ridge keeping the EC under the ridge - warm - hot , humid with storm chances the next week. When clear it warms up quickly, with rain and storm chances daily. Beyond next weekend into the 29th, western ridge builds east with next chance for stronger heat. 7/19 - 7/20 : Cooler, drier 7/21 - 7/29 : overall warm-hot, humid and increased rain chances. Beyond : potential hotter period
  19. Records: Highs: EWR: 104 (2012) NYC: 100 (1953) LGA: 98 (2012) JFK: 97 (1969) Lows: EWR: 54 (1946) NYC: 57 (1892) LGA: 60 (1946) JFK: 61 (1989) Historical: 1889 - A cloudburst in West Virginia along the small creeks in Wirt County, Jackson County and Wood County claimed twenty lives. Rockport, WV, reported nineteen inches of rain in two hours and ten minutes that Thursday evening. Tygart Creek rose 22 feet in one hour, and villages were swept away on Tygart, Slate, Tucker, and Sandy Creeks. (The Weather Channel) 1936 - The all time record high temperature for the state of Kansas was set when a 121-degree high temperature fried Fredonia. (US National Weather Service Wichita) 1942 - A record deluge occurred at Smethport in northern Pennsylvania, with 30.7 inches in just six hours. The downpours and resultant flooding in Pennsylvania were devastating. (David Ludlum) 1986 - One of the most photo-genic tornadoes touched down in the northern suburbs of Minneapolis, MN, during the late afternoon. The very slow moving tornado actually appeared live on the evening news by way of an aerial video taken by the KARE-TV helicopter crew. The tornado, unlike most, was quite the prima donna, staying visible to tens of thousands of persons for thirty minutes. It was moderate in intensity, with winds of 113-157 mph, and caused 650 thousand dollars damage. (Storm Data) 1987 - Cool weather prevailed in the western U.S. Seven cities reported record low temperatures for the date, including Alamosa, CO, with a reading of 38 degrees. The low of 52 degrees at Bakersfield, CA, was a record for July. Up to eight inches of snow covered the Northern Sierra Nevada Range of California from a storm the previous day. During that storm, winds gusting to 52 mph at Slide Mountain, NV, produced a wind chill reading of 20 degrees below zero. Susanville, CA, reached 17 degrees that previous day, Blue Canyon, CA, dipped to a July record of 36 degrees, and the high of 44 degrees at Klamath Falls, OR, smashed their previous record for July by ten degrees. (The National Weather Summary) 1988 - Sweltering heat continued in California, with record highs of 111 degrees at Redding and 112 degrees at Sacramento. Death Valley, CA, hit 127 degrees. Late afternoon and evening thunderstorms in the Central Plains Region produced baseball size hail at Kimball, NE, wind gusts to 79 mph at Colby, KS, and six inches of rain near Lexington, NE. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 1989 - Thunderstorms produced severe weather in Oklahoma, northern Texas and Arkansas during the afternoon, and into the night. Thunderstorms produced baseball size hail at Stamford, TX, and wind gusts to 92 mph near Throckmorton, TX. Record heat continued in the southwestern U.S. Phoenix AZ reported a record high of 115 degrees, and a 111 degree reading at Midland, TX, was second only to their all-time record high of 112 degrees established sixteen days earlier. (The National Weather Summary)
  20. Highs: EWR; 88 ACY: 88 TEB: 87 ISP: 87 New Brnswck: 87 PHL: 86 BLM: 86 JFK: 86 NYC: 86 LGA: 86 TTN: 85
  21. Next week with the Atlantic ridge keeping the humid/tropical flow and warm here - wettest in the MA/SE, but frewuent storm chances.
  22. 74 / 71 1.62 in the bucket yesterday. Front meandering just south of us and slow to push south. Should dry out and clear up later but mostly cloudy through the noon hour at least if not most the early afternoon. Break in the heat with mainly mid - upper 80s. Friday - nicest day, dry and warm - near normal. Sat warming back up and with front near by perhaps some scattered storms and mainly cloudy before Sun warm/humid. The Atlantic ridge keeps the EC under ridging with the continued warm-hot / humid and frequent storm with trough back into the MW and ridge west. Beyond next weekend flow could go a bit flatter with more heat coming east (after the 29th). 7/18 - 7/19: Break in heat, near normal 7/20 - 7/28: Warm-hot, Humid, Frequent storm chances (chance for 90/low 90s) 7/29 - beyond : Overall war - hot - could see stronger heat come east.
  23. Records: Highs: EWR: 100 (2012) NYC: 100 (1953) LGA: 98 (2012) JFK: 97 (1969) Lows: EWR: 56 (1946) NYC: 57 (1892) LGA: 60 (1946) JFK: 61 (1989) Historical: 1934 - One of the worst heat waves in the history of the nation commenced. During the last two weeks of the month extreme heat claimed 679 lives in Michigan, including 300 in Detroit alone. (The Weather Channel) 1941 - A prolonged heat wave over Washington State finally came to an end. Lightning from untimely thunderstorms was responsible for 598 forest fires. (David Ludlum) 1942: A great flood developed over the Smethport area in Pennsylvania, resulting in an estimated 34.50 inches of rain in just one day, including 30.60 inches in only six hours, setting a world record. The official observing site, Smethport Highway Shed, reported only 13.08 inches for the entire month because the flood consumed the gauge after 6.68" of rain. The total results from the substitution of the officially estimated amount for the amount measured. 1952 - Thunderstorms helped the temperatur at Key West, FL, to dip to 69 degrees, to equal their July record established on the first of July in 1923. (The Weather Channel) 1957 - On a warm and sunny day at Wilmington, DE, with a high of 86 degrees, a dust devil suddenly appeared. It tore most the roof off one house, and stripped shingles from a neighboring house. A TV aerial was toppled, and clothes were blown off clothes lines. (The Weather Channel) 1981: Severe thunderstorm winds ripped a 10,000 square foot hole in a 90-foot high pavilion at Sea World in Orlando, FL. The storm panicked a crowd of 550 tourists. One death occurred due to injury and heart attack, and 15 people were injured. The canopy was made of fiberglass and Teflon, designed to withstand 120 mph winds. 1987 - Slow moving thunderstorms caused flooding on the Guadalupe River in Texas resulting in tragic loss of life. A bus and van leaving a summer youth camp stalled near the rapidly rising river, just west of the town of Comfort, and a powerful surge of water swept away 43 persons, mostly teenagers. Ten drowned in the floodwaters. Most of the others were rescued from tree tops by helicopter. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 1988 - A dozen cities in the eastern U.S., and six others in California, reported record high temperatures for the date. Downtown San Francisco, CA, with a high of 103 degrees, obliterated their previous record high of 82 degrees. Philadelphia, PA, reported a record five straight days of 100 degree heat, and Baltimore, MD, reported a record eight days of 100 degree weather for the year. Afternoon and evening thunderstorms produced severe weather along the Middle Atlantic Coast, and over southern New England. (The National Weather Summary) 1989 - Thunderstorms produced severe weather from South Dakota to Lousiana, with 126 reports of large hail and damaging winds during the day and night. Thunderstorms in Nebraska produced hail four inches in diameter in Frontier County, and at North Platte, causing millions of dollars damage to crops in Frontier County. Thunderstorms in Oklahoma produced wind gusts to 90 mph at Peggs. Tahlequah OK was drenched with 5.25 inches of rain. (Storm Data) (The National Weather Summary) 1994: Atlanta, Georgia saw a record-tying, 14 straight days come to an end on this day. The entire month of July had 17.71 inches, the wettest month ever in the Georgia capital.
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