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  1. Select Record High Temperatures (Through 4 PM): Bridgeport: 89° (old record: 86°, 1998 Islip: 89° (old record: 87°, 1998) New York City—LGA: 96° (old record: 95°, 1962) Providence: 91° (old record: 89°, 1906) Westhampton: 86° (old record: 77°, 2002)
  2. Select Record High Temperatures (Through 2 PM): Bridgeport: 87° (old record: 86°, 1998 Islip: 89° (old record: 87°, 1998 Providence: 91° (old record: 89°, 1906) Westhampton: 86° (old record: 77°, 2002)
  3. Select Record High Temperatures (Through 1 PM): Islip: 88° (old record: 87°, 1998 Providence: 89° (tied record set in 1906) Westhampton: 85° (old record: 77°, 2002)
  4. Select Record High Temperatures (Final): Albany: 94° (tied record set in 1962) Bangor: 92° (old record: 87°, 1936) Boston: 95° (old record: 91°, 1936) Bridgeport: 93° (old record: 84°, 1998) Burlington: 93° (old record: 89°, 1962 and 1989) Caribou: 90° (old record: 85°, 1986) Concord: 95° (old record: 90°, 1889 and 1906) Hartford: 96° (old record: 90°, 1936) Islip: 89° (tied record set in 1977) New York City: …Central Park: 92° (old record: 90° 1906 and 1936) …LGA: 97° (old record: 86°, 1977, 1986, and 1989) Newark: 94° (old record: 90°, 1936, 1977, and 1986) Portland: 93° (old record: 92°, 1936) Providence: 93° (old record: 92°, 1936) Westhampton: 85° (old record: 78°, 1964) White Plains: 94° (old record: 87°, 1962) Worcester: 90° (tied record set in 1906)
  5. Should it hold, LGA’s 80° daily low temperature would be the earliest 80° minimum temperature on record in the New York City metro area by more than two weeks. The earliest such readings are as follows: EWR: 80°, June 28, 2010 JFK: 81°, June 30, 1959 LGA: 80°, June 4, 1943 NYC: 81°, June 26, 1952
  6. Select Record High Temperatures (through 3 pm): Albany: 94° (tied record set in 1962) Bangor: 91° (old record: 87°, 1936) Boston: 95° (old record: 91°, 1936) Bridgeport: 91° (old record: 84°, 1998) Burlington: 92° (old record: 89°, 1962 and 1989) Caribou: 88° (old record: 85°, 1986) Concord: 94° (old record: 90°, 1889 and 1906) Hartford: 96° (old record: 90°, 1936) New York City: …Central Park: 92° (old record: 90° 1906 and 1936) …LGA: 96° (old record: 86°, 1977, 1986, and 1989) Newark: 94° (old record: 90°, 1936, 1977, and 1986) Portland: 92° (tied record set in 1936) Providence: 93° (old record: 92°, 1936) Westhampton: 84° (old record: 78°, 1964) White Plains: 94° (old record: 87°, 1962)
  7. Select Record High Temperatures (through 2 pm): Bangor: 90° (old record: 87°, 1936) Boston: 93° (old record: 91°, 1936) Bridgeport: 91° (old record: 84°, 1998) Burlington: 90° (old record: 89°, 1962 and 1989) Caribou: 85° (tied record set in 1986) Concord: 94° (old record: 90°, 1889 and 1906) Hartford: 96° (old record: 90°, 1936) New York City: …Central Park: 92° (old record: 90° 1906 and 1936) …LGA: 96° (old record: 86°, 1977, 1986, and 1989) Newark: 93° (old record: 90°, 1936, 1977, and 1986) Portland: 92° (tied record set in 1936) Providence: 93° (old record: 92°, 1936) Westhampton: 84° (old record: 78°, 1964) White Plains: 91° (old record: 87°, 1962)
  8. Through 12:00 PM record high temperatures have been broken at Bridgeport (85°), Hartford (92°), New York City-LGA (92°), and Westhampton (82°). Record highs have been tied at Bangor (87°), Boston (91°), Concord (90°). Much of the region saw record high minimum temperatures.
  9. And LGA also may wind up with its earliest 80° minimum temperature on record (6/4 is the existing mark).
  10. At 4 pm, NYC's total rainfall had reached 3.00". That is the 18th 3.00" or greater precipitation event in the period beginning in 2000. Since 2000, such extreme precipitation events have been about 70% more common than the were prior to 2000. Newark has received 3.05" and Teterboro has picked up 3.21" of precipitation.
  11. Pazzo's report is from the NWS: http://w1.weather.gov/data/obhistory/KORD.html It was 41° in Chicago this morning. Perhaps Stirling was referencing that reading.
  12. There's some thunder in the Bronx. Some dates for reference for Central Park: Last 2.00" or greater daily rainfall: 11/19/2016 2.20" Last 2.50" or greater daily rainfall: 12/9/2014 2.54" Last 3.00" or greater daily rainfall: 4/30/2014 4.97"
  13. DCA +0.5, 103 NYC +0.6, 101 BOS +0.5, 100 ORD -0.9, 99 ATL -0.2, 100 IAH -1.0, 106 DEN -0.1, 97 PHX +0.3, 117 SEA -1.0, 87
  14. Through 4/21, the global year-to-date ratios are as follows: Record high maximum:Record high minimum: 4.2 Record high minimum:Record low minimum: 5.8 Record high maximum:Record low minimum: 5.2 Record high (both maximum and minimum temperatures): Record low (both maximum and minimum temperatures): 4.9
  15. Some photos from today's springlike day from the New York Botanical Garden: