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  1. Some spots could overperform tomorrow with the elevated convection signal.
  2. That's all NYC needs to go over 5.00" for the 3rd month in a row. Currently sitting at 4.45" for May. This would be the first 3 months in a row since late 2011.
  3. Spring 2018 banter

    Imagine the uproar if NYC missed a 200" season by only 1.5".
  4. Spring 2018 banter

    Looks like Erie, PA will fall just short beating of Buffalo's 1976-1977 seasonal snowfall record. http://buffalonews.com/2018/04/20/with-chances-running-out-erie-swings-and-misses-at-breaking-buffalos-snow-record/
  5. Certainly more spring-like weather for the start of May. Looks like LI will have a strong southerly flow off the water. More interior areas should at least reach the 80’s. But it will be cooler near the South Shore and East End. Maybe we can sneak in some brief milder offshore flow on one of the days.
  6. Another great radiational cooling morning on Long Island. ISP has just recorded the 19th day in April with a low temperature under 40. This is the 4th highest number of days. April lows under 40 at ISP #1...22 days......1975...1972...1965 #2...21 days......1971...1968 #3...20 days......2003....1976....1967....1966 #4...19 days......2018....1992
  7. Latest EPS weeklies will make the El Nino fans happy. Shift in the SOI to more negative with the potential for WWB's. Be interesting to see if this time can follow through and actually achieve El Nino status.
  8. Yeah, even the drier Euro would still put NYC over the top.
  9. Spring 2018 banter

    Started out in the GOM just south of Fort Walton Beach. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2018/04/23/video-watch-this-tornado-wreak-havoc-in-fort-walton-beach-okaloosa-island-florida/?utm_term=.fff271c36924
  10. Spring 2018 banter

    Looks like one of the more intense waterspout events.
  11. NYC just needs .55 on Wednesday to record the first three months in row with 5.00" since 2011. Hard to believe it's that long since it was a more common occurrence 2003-2011.
  12. Some hope for the spring fans out there. EPS has the next 80 degree potential coming around the start of May.
  13. The annual 90 degree day average at Central Park from 1988 to 2017 is around 17 days. But there are issues with the vegetation blocking the sensor keeping the number artificially low. 2017...13 days 2014....8 1997....12 1996...3 1984...10 1982...11 1975...8 1972....15 1971....18 1967...9
  14. Another great radiational cooling morning. 37 now at Wantagh. Areas to our north have seen a near record number of lows in the 20's for the month of April. This April is on track for one of the most significant cold months across the US in years. Some people on here are probably wishing we could have had this degree of cold in February instead of record warmth. Most days with April lows below 30 at POU #1....15....1956,1943 #2....13.....1975 #3...12.....2018,1972
  15. No problem. Let me know if you want the 90 degree day stats for other local stations on those years.