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  1. That storm over the Bronx is just not moving. Only expanding.
  2. Had to put the high temp distribution in another post. And these show the actuals with range for Sept.
  3. I spent some time visualizing long term temp trends last year. The data set was through last December, I believe. So the 2020s data is only 20,21 and 22. But the trends are stark. This all show the distribution of high and low temps (Aug to Nov) and freezing temps in cold season.
  4. That was an absolute banger on the UWS (100s). Everything: strobe light lighting, strike near us (judging by sound), whistling wind. Sheets of rain.
  5. What is this from NYRR??? low 40s at 7-8 AM in mid March is exactly seasonal. Lol. I ran in 2015,16 and 17 and the temp was between low 30s and upper 30s…
  6. Over in SNE forum, many have made mention the Kuchie could be more accurate.
  7. I resigned myself to nothing for days... but could not let escape the thought that being outside the bullseye from Day 7 down to Day 3 could ultimately pay dividends...
  8. Almost no snow downtown. Just moved into a new office right above the Bull. DM me if you want to know how long the line is to get a picture with his balls
  9. Upon further inspection, it’s a healthy 2”. I’d say with compaction it was probably 2.5 or so.
  10. I'm on the UWS in the low 100s. I just went outside for the first time this AM and my first thought was - about a 2" snowfall.
  11. Beautiful out. But already letting up. Record is still in play. Only about 3/4” or so.
  12. So, is this stuff in PA gonna fill in and be snow or is this thing gonna be over in like an hour?
  13. Side streets covered already on UWS. I’d post a pic, but file size…
  14. But now that I've seen that, I can't unsee it and I want that.
  15. Central Park is masterpiece of urban planning. Olmstead is a hero to me. If you go there on a summer day "elitist" is the last thing that will come to mind. It still meets the aim he had in creating urban parks - to create egalitarian spaces open to everyone. Go up to Great Hill on a summer day when you'll see big families having BBQ's and grad students wine picnics on the lawn and families having birthday parties. The CPK reporting station is as far from pavement as you can get in Manhattan and probably as representative of the median conditions across the 5 boroughs as you can get. And in the winter.
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