nzucker

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  1. I like the looks of a weak Niña, warm NP, and low solar activity. How is ozone and strat temps?
  2. I mean overall your forecast was a hit, but the idea of heat returning in the 2nd half of August never really came to pass. July was an extremely hot month, nearly up there with '55 and '66. Also, you went a little heavy on 90-degree days; part may be attributable to the vegetation in Central Park.
  3. We didn't really have "increasing heat and humidity" in August. I think the month finished +0.3F with 3 days that hit exactly 90F. That's not exactly a warm August.
  4. No it's not It's not. I was in the garden tonight and it got dark around 7:45.
  5. I've had almost no rain in the Bronx this August. My neighbor's squash looks crisped.
  6. UAH only came in at +0.38C, however, but they tend to run low.
  7. No rain at all here in the Bronx. Garden has dried out fast.
  8. I still think it will be difficult. The ice is much higher concentration this year in the CAB/CAA, and 2012 had so much rotted ice on the Siberian side. This year, it's more just a straight line between ice/no ice.
  9. I'm from Dobbs. I grew up on Luzern Rd and my parents still live there. Where in town is your dad?
  10. 63 and breezy, feels more like early May. Cool start to June, but that's been typical in recent years. Summer heat lingers well into fall but starts out mild.
  11. The winter of 60-61 was the snowiest in Dobbs Ferry history with 90". All three major snowstorms were 15"+ there, and the town had 10 straight nights in the single digits. March 1960 was 32" in Dobbs Ferry. Jealous you experienced 76-77 in northern Maine. The cold must have been amazing. What was your lowest max and min?
  12. Lol yeah...we only got 52" that winter in Rindge. Had 24" in the October bomb and 3" a few days before that. Only saw about 2 feet fall the entire winter at 1200' in the Monadnocks. Had 68" in 09-10 and 70" in 10-11 in Westchester.
  13. Also looks like significant improvement north of the CAA and Greenland.
  14. I had 6" in the 4/2 storm then we just missed 4/9-10.
  15. Last April was frigid... the coldest in the CONUS in like 30 years.
  16. Outer boroughs like the Bronx experienced freezes well after March 18.
  17. The Northern Plains and Northwest have had an incredibly cold February/March. What an historic stretch for that area. I can hardly imagine what Glacier National Park looks like.
  18. Just planted arugula and lettuce. Hope it doesn't get snowed on TOO hard.
  19. March 2012, I reached 80F at 1200' in Rindge, NH. The next year in NYC, we had two major snowstorms in March. March 2014 was largely snowless but had several days in the 20s while March 2015 carried a 19" snowpack into the month. Amazing the variation one can see in March.
  20. Two of these were strong +ENSO (although 1997 actually had a cool fall in an east-based Super Niño)...
  21. March has been a cold month and one of our snowiest in recent years. Four Nor'easters in 2018 plus the April storm; the Mar 2017 storm just missed clobbering the City but was like 10" here and 20-30" in outlying areas. Really enjoying the extended winter, very refreshing and crisp this morning. What do you think of the Day 10 threat, any legs? The SOI dip and Phase 3 MJO does seem to have the cold anchored back in the east with some very low heights to our north in Canada.
  22. I think there's a chance...models have been showing that EPO block and window just past the equinox for a while now. We often see the final snowfall of the season around the equinox.
  23. NYC reached freezing last night. I think tonight is a lock, probably upper 20s.