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90 Degree Days

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2019:

PHL: 33 (April: 0; May: 1  ; June: 4 ; Jul: 18; Aug: 8 ; Sep: 3 ; Oct: 1 )
EWR: 27 (April: 0; May: 1 ; June: 4 ; Jul:  14; Aug: 4 ; Sep: 3; Oct: 1 )
TTN: 17 (April: ; May:  ; June: 3; Jul: 12 ; Aug:2 ; Sep: ; Oct: 1 )
LGA: 26 (April: 0; May: ; June: 4 ; Jul: 14; Aug: 5; Sep:  2; Oct: 1)
ACY: 32 (April: 0; May: 2 ; June: 5 ; Jul:  16; Aug: 6 ; Sep: 2 ; Oct: 1
TEB: 37 (April: 0; May:  ; June: 4 ; Jul: 17  ; Aug: 10; Sep: 4;  Oct: 1)
NYC: 15 (April: 0; May:  ; June: 1 ; Jul: 10; Aug: 3 ; Sep: ; Oct: 1 )
JFK: 8 (April: 0; May: ; June: 1; Jul: 5 ; Aug: 1 ; Sep: ; Oct: 1 )
ISP: 8 (April: 0; May: ; June: 2 ; Jul: 5; Aug: 1 ; Sep: )
New Bnswk: 23 (April: , May: , June: 3, July: 12; Aug: 4 ;Sep: 3 ; Oct :1 )

89 degree days

EWR: 10
PHL: 10
LGA: 11
New Brnswck: 9
NYC: 4
JFK: 6
TEB: 3
ISP: 5
ACY: 2
TTN: 10
BLM: 1

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2018:

PHL: 30 (April: 0; May : 1 ; June: 4 ; Jul: 11; Aug: 10 ; Sep: 4 )
EWR: 36 (April: 0; May: 4 ; June: 5; Jul: 9 ; Aug: 14; Sep: 4 )
TTN: 29(April: ; May: 2 ; June: 4; Jul: 8 ; Aug: 11; Sep: 4)
LGA: 38 (April: 0; May: 4; June: 4; Jul: 10; Aug: 16; Sep: 4)
ACY: 38 (April: 0; May: 3; June: 5 ; Jul: 11 ; Aug: 13 ; Sep: 4)
TEB: 41 (April: 0; May: 4 ; June: 5 ; Jul: 10  ; Aug: 18; Sep: 4 )
NYC: 21 (April: 0; May: 2 ; June: 3; Jul: 6; Aug: 7 ; Sep: 3)
JFK: 8 (April: 0; May: ; June: 1; Jul: 2 ; Aug: 4; Sep: 1)
ISP: 8 (April: 0; May: ; June:  ; Jul:2 ; Aug: 5  ; Sep: 1)
New Bnswk: 33 (April: , May: 2, June: 4, July: 10; Aug: 13 ;Sep:; 4 )

89 degree days

PHL: 8
New Brunswick: 6
EWR: 7
ACY: 7
LGA: 6
ISP: 7
JFK: 6
NYC: 4
TEB: 2
TTN: 5

 

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2017

PHL: 27 (April: 0; May: 3 ; June: 6 ; Jul: 11 ; Aug:  5; Sep:2 )
EWR: 22 (April: 0; May: 3 ; June: 5 ; Jul: 9; Aug: 2 ; Sep: 3 )
TTN: 17 (Apr: 0  ; May: 3  ; Jun: 4; Jul: 6; Aug: 2 ; Sep: 2)
LGA: 17 (April: 0; May: 3 ; June: 3 ; Jul: 8 ; Aug: 2 ; Sep: 1)
ACY: 18  (April: 0; May: 3 ; June: 3 ; Jul: 9; Aug: 3 ; Sep: )
TEB: 24 (April: 0; May: 3 ; June: 5; Jul: 10 ; Aug: 3 ; Sep: 3)
NYC: 13 (April: 0; May: 3 ; June: 3; Jul: 5 ; Aug:  1; Sep: 1)
JFK: 9 (April: 0; May: 1 ; June: 2 ; Jul: 5 Aug:  ; Sep: 1)
ISP: 8 (April: 0; May : ; June: 2 ; Jul: 6; Aug:  ; Sep: )
New Bnswk: 23 (April: 0; May: 3; June: 8 ; Jul: 9; Aug: 2; Sep: 1)

 

89 Degree days

ACY: 4
ISP: 5
New Brunswick: 6
EWR: 3
TEB: 6
TTN: 7
PHL: 9
LGA: 3
JFK: 1
NYC: 1

 

 

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2016:

PHL: 45 (Apr: 0  ; May:  3; Jun: 5 ; Jul: 16 ; Aug: 16 ; Sep: 5
EWR: 40 (Apr: 0  ; May: 3 ; Jun: 3 ; Jul: 16; Aug: 13 ; Sep: 5
TTN: 35 (Apr: 0  ; May: 2  ; Jun: 4; Jul: 13; Aug: 12 ; Sep: 4
LGA: 32 (Apr: 0 ; May: 3 ; Jun: 1; Jul : 15;  Aug: 10 ; Sep: 3
ACY: 30 (Apr: 0 ; May: 1 ; Jun: 4  ; Jul: 12; Aug: 10; Sep: 3
TEB: 35 (Apr: 0 ; May: 4  ; Jun : ; Jul: 15; Aug: 11; Sep: 5
NYC: 22  (Apr: 0 ; May: 2  ; Jun: ; Jul: 10; Aug: 7; Sep: 3
JFK: 15 (Apr: 0 ; May: 0  ; Jun:1 ; Jul: 7 ; Aug: 6; Sep: 1
ISP: 15 (Apr: 0 ; May:  ; Jun:  ; Jul: 7 ; Aug: 7; Sep: 1

New Brunswick: 39 (Apr: 0 ; May: 4  ; Jun: 3; Jul: 16 ; Aug: 11; Sep: 5


89 Degree Days:

TEB: 7
TTN: 6
PHL:  7
New Brunswick: 6
EWR: 3
NYC: 7
ACY: 4
JFK: 1
LGA: 9

ISP: 1

 

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2015:


PHL: 37 (Apr: 0 ; May: 1; Jun: 7; Jul: 10; Aug: 12; Sep: 7
EWR: 35 (Apr: 0 ; May: 2; Jun 4; Jul: 11; Aug: 13; Sep: 5
TTN: 27 (Apr: 0 ; May: 2; Jun: 4; Jul: 6; Aug: 9; Sep: 6
LGA: 20 (Apr: 0 ; May: 0 ; Jun:3; Jul : 6; Aug: 8; Sep: 3
ACY: 21 (Apr: 0 ; May: 0 ; Jun: 5; Jul: 4; Aug: 8; Sep: 3
TEB: 38 (Apr: 0 ; May: 4 ; Jun : 5; Jul: 8; Aug: 12; Sep: 8
NYC: 20 (Apr: 0 ; May: 0 ; Jun: 1; Jul: 5 ; Aug: 8; Sep: 6
JFK: 12 (Apr: 0 ; May: 0 ; Jun: 1; Jul:3 ; Aug: 6; Sep: 2
ISP: 7 (Apr: 0 ; May: 0 ; Jun: 0 ; Jul: 3 ; Aug: 2; Sep: 2

New Brunswick: 36 (Apr: 0 ; May: 2 ; Jun: 3; Jul: 11; Aug: 14; Sep: 6


89 Degree Days:

TEB: 7
TTN: 4
PHL: 10
New Brunswick: 10
EWR: 6
NYC: 8
ACY: 9
JFK: 9
LGA: 7

ISP: 2

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2014

PHL: 19 (April: 0; May:0 ; June: 3; Jul: 11 ; Aug: 3; Sep: 2; Oct:0 )
EWR: 15 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 2; Jul: 8 ; Aug: 2; Sep: 3; Oct: 0 )
TTN: 11 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 2; Jul: 7 ; Aug: 0; Sep: 2; Oct: 0 )
LGA: 6 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 0 ; Jul: 3 ; Aug: 1; Sep: 2; Oct: 0)
ACY: 8 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 2 ; Jul: 4 ; Aug: 0; Sep: 2; Oct: 0 )
TEB: 24 (April: 0; May: 1 ; June: 6 ; Jul: 9 ; Aug: 4; Sep: 4; Oct: 0 )
NYC: 8 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 0 ; Jul: 3 ; Aug: 3; Sep: 2; Oct: 0)
JFK: 2 (April: 0; May: 0; June: 1 ; Jul: 0 ; Aug: 0 ; Sep: 1; Oct: 0)
ISP: 0 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 0 ; Jul: 0 ; Aug: 0; Sep: 0; Oct: 0)
New Bnswk: 17 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 4; Jul: 6; Aug: 3; Sep: 4; Oct: 0)

89 degree days

PHL: 6
NYC: 4
EWR: 2
ISP: 1
TEB: 7
ACY:4
LGA: 3
New Brunswick: 2
TTN: 7
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2013

PHL: 20 (April: 0; May:3 ; June: 4; Jul: 12 ; Aug: ; Sep: 1; Oct: )
EWR: 25 (April: 0; May:2 ; June: 4; Jul: 15 ; Aug: 3; Sep: 1; Oct: )
TTN: 16 (April: 0; May:2 ; June: 3; Jul: 10 ; Aug: ; Sep: 1; Oct: )
LGA: 21 (April: 0; May:2 ; June:2 ; Jul: 15 ; Aug: 1; Sep: 1; Oct:)
ACY: 17 (April: 0; May:2 ; June: 4 ; Jul: 11 ; Aug: ; Sep: 1; Oct: )
TEB: 28 (April: 0; May:2 ; June: 6 ; Jul: 16 ; Aug: 2 ; Sep: 1; Oct: 1 )
NYC: 17 (April: 0; May:2 ; June: 3 ; Jul: 10 ; Aug: 1; Sep: 1; Oct: )
JFK: 9 (April: 0; May: ; June:2 ; Jul:7 ; Aug: ; Sep: ; Oct: )
ISP: 10 (April: 0; May: ; June:2 ; Jul: 8 ; Aug: ; Sep:; Oct:)
New Bnswk: 23 (April: 0; May:2 ; June: 3; Jul: 14 ; Aug: 3 ; Sep: 1; Oct:)

89 degree days

PHL: 7
EWR: 7
TTN: 1
New Brunswick: 4
LGA: 7
ACY: 6
TEB: 6
NYC: 2
JFK: 1
ISP: 1



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2012

PHL: 39 (April: 0; May 2: ; June:7 ; Jul: 21; Aug: 8 ; Sep: 1 )
EWR: 33 (April: 0; May: 2 ; June:6 ; Jul: 16 ; Aug: 7; Sep: 2 )
TTN: 29 (April: 1; May: 2 ; June: 7 ; Jul: 15 ; Aug: 3; Sep:1 )
LGA: 28 (April: 0; May: 2; June:6 ; Jul: 14; Aug: 6; Sep: )
ACY: 26 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 14 ; Aug: 3; Sep:1 )
TEB: 36 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 17 ; Aug: 9; Sep:2 )
NYC: 19 (April: 0; May: ; June:5 ; Jul: 10; Aug: 3; Sep:1 )
JFK: 16 ((April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 8 ; Aug: 2 ; Sep:1 )
ISP: 11 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 6; Aug: ; Sep: )
New Bnswk: 35 (April: 1, May: 2, June: 6, July: 17; Aug: 8;Sep:1; )


89 degree days

PHL: 7
EWR: 6
TTN: 4
LGA: 5
ACY: 4
TEB: 4
NYC: 8
JFK: 3
ISP: 3
NBNSWK: 6
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2011

PHL: 33 (April: 0; May: 3; June: 5 ; Jul: 21 ; Aug: 4 ; Sep: )
EWR: 31 (April: 0; May: 1; June: 4; Jul: 22; Aug: 4; Sep: )
TTN: 26 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 3; Jul: 17 ; Aug: 4; Sep: )
LGA: 18 (April: 0; May:0 ; June: 3 ; Jul: 13; Aug: 2 ; Sep: )
ACY: 32 (April: 0; May: 1; June: 6 ; Jul: 21 ; Aug: 4; Sep: )
TEB: 28 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 4 ; Jul: 18 ; Aug: 4; Sep: )
NYC: 20 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 3 ; Jul: 14; Aug: 3; Sep: )
JFK: 13 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 1 ; Jul: 10; Aug: 2 ; Sep: )

89 degree days

PHL: 2
EWR: 2
TTN: 8
LGA: 6
ACY: 5
TEB: 8
NYC: 3
JFK: 7


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2010

PHL: 55 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 15; Jul: 19; Aug: 12; Sep: 7) *4 89
EWR: 54 (April: 1; May: 2; June: 13; Jul: 21; Aug: 11; Sep: 6) *3 89
TTN: 52 (April: 0; May: 3; June: 10; Jul: 21; Aug: 13; Sep: 5) *5 89
LGA: 48 (April: 1; May: 2; June: 12; Jul: 18; Aug: 11; Sep: 4) *3 89
ACY: 46 (April: 1; May: 1; June: 14; Jul: 14; Aug: 11; Sep: 5)
TEB: 41 (April: 1; May: 2; June: 10; Jul: 16; Aug: 8; Sep: 4) *4 89
NYC: 37 (April: 1; May: 1; June: 4; Jul: 16; Aug: 12; Sep: 3) *12 89 / 3 88
JFK: 31 (April: 0; May: 1; June: 8; Jul: 12; Aug: 7; Sep: 2) *3 89

http://w1.weather.gov/obhistory/KACY.ht

 

http://w1.weather.gov/obhistory/KACY.html
http://www.srh.noaa....story/KEWR.html
http://www.srh.noaa....story/KPHL.html
http://www.srh.noaa....story/KTTN.html
http://www.srh.noaa....story/KLGA.html
http://www.srh.noaa....story/KACY.html
http://www.srh.noaa....story/KTEB.html
http://www.srh.noaa....story/KNYC.html
http://www.srh.noaa....story/KJFK.html





http://www.easternus...90-degree-days/

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I hope this Summer isn't as hot as last year...Hopefully it's normal...

Central Park's most and least days 90 or above...I don't have records for the other cities...

Most & Least 90+ days.(annual)

39 in 1993.....1 in 1902

39 in 1991.....2 in 2004

37 in 1944.....2 in 1889

37 in 2010.....2 in 1887

36 in 1983.....3 in 1996

35 in 1966.....4 in 1871

32 in 2002.....4 in 1875

32 in 1988.....5 in 1960

32 in 1980.....6 in 2000

32 in 1953.....6 in 1958

29 in 1995.....6 in 1950

29 in 1961.....6 in 1917

29 in 1949.....6 in 1903

29 in 1941.....6 in 1888

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I hope this Summer isn't as hot as last year...Hopefully it's normal...

Central Park's most and least days 90 or above...I don't have records for the other cities...

Most & Least 90+ days.(annual)

39 in 1993.....1 in 1902

39 in 1991.....2 in 2004

37 in 1944.....2 in 1889

37 in 2010.....2 in 1887

36 in 1983.....3 in 1996

35 in 1966.....4 in 1871

32 in 2002.....4 in 1875

32 in 1988.....5 in 1960

32 in 1980.....6 in 2000

32 in 1953.....6 in 1958

29 in 1995.....6 in 1950

29 in 1961.....6 in 1917

29 in 1949.....6 in 1903

29 in 1941.....6 in 1888

Do you have 1995? Just curious.

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I believe NYC had a combined total of 13 days at 88/89 last year which separate them from the other sites with 40/50+ 90 degree days.

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Trenton...1913 to 2010...

most and least 90+ days...

52 in 2010......4 in 1920

47 in 1983......4 in 1996

36 in 2002......6 in 1990

36 in 1991......6 in 1922

34 in 1999......6 in 1917

32 in 1944......7 in 2003

32 in 1959......7 in 2000

32 in 1966......7 in 1982

32 in 1988......7 in 1927

http://www.njfreeways.com/weather/TrentonClimatology/90_Degree_High_Days.htm

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http://www.erh.noaa....s/90degdays.htm

90 degree days

1950...6

1954...17

1956...11

1960...4

1962...18

1967...9

1981...16

1984...10

1989...16

1992....9

1994....19

1996....3

2000...6

2003...8

The second warm seasons after 25 or more 90 degree days in Central Park averaged (10.9) 90 degree days vs the annual average of (14.9) days.

I'm surprised that 1953 following 1952 isn't in there. Or 1971 following 1970. Or 1974 following 1973 (not that the latter would have helped). Edited to say I went back and checked links. The summers I mentioned were just barely under the 25 threshold. Still, for example, 1970 and 1973 summers were memorable, albeit concentrated in August/September.

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Central Park...

year...90+...100+....max

1930...17......1......102

1931...21......0.......99

1932...15......0.......96

1933...21......2......102

1934...15......1......101

1935...10......0.......95

1936...26......2......106

1937...22......2......100

1938...15......0.......96

1939...24......0.......96

1940...17......0.......98

1941...29......0.......98

1942...12......0.......97

1943...27......0.......99

1944...37......3......102

1945...18......0.......97

1946.....9......0.......94

1947.....9......0.......95

1948...13......3......103

1949...29......2......102

1950.....6......0.......95

1951.....7......0.......94

1952...24......1......100

1953...32......4......102

1954...17......2......100

1955...25......3......100

1956...11......0.......99

1957...21......2......101

1958.....6......0.......93

1959...27......0.......97

1960.....5......0.......91

1961...29......0.......97

1962...18......0.......99

1963...16......0.......98

1964...23......0.......99

1965...15......0.......95

1966...35......4......103

1967.....9......0.......96

1968...17......0.......98

1969...16......0.......97

1970...22......0.......94

1971...18......0.......96

1972...15......0.......94

1973...18......0.......98

1974...17......0.......95

1975.....8......0.......98

1976...15......0.......96

1977...23......3......104

1978...11......0.......95

1979...18......0.......95

1980...32......2......102

1981...16......0.......96

1982...11......0.......98

1983...36......0.......99

1984...10......0.......96

1985.....9......0.......95

1986...11......0.......98

1987...22......0.......97

1988...32......0.......99

1989...16......0.......96

1990...13......0.......95

1991...39......2......102

1992.....9......0.......93

1993...39......3......102

1994...19......0.......98

1995...29......1......102

1996.....3......0.......96

1997...12......0.......97

1998.....8......0.......93

1999...27......2......101

2000.....7......0.......93

2001...15......1......103

2002...32......0.......98

2003.....8......0.......94

2004.....2......0.......91

2005...23......0.......99

2006.....8......0.......97

2007...10......0.......92

2008...12......0.......96

2009.....7......0.......92

2010...37......2......103

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I put together a post 25 or more 90 degree days n NYC warm season list and composite for our area.

All the following years starting with 1950 came after a warm season with 25 or more 90 degree days in NYC

like we had in 2010:

http://www.erh.noaa....s/90degdays.htm

90 degree days

1950...6

1954...17

1956...11

1960...4

1962...18

1967...9

1981...16

1984...10

1989...16

1992....9

1994....19

1996....3

2000...6

2003...8

The second warm seasons after 25 or more 90 degree days in Central Park averaged (10.9) 90 degree days vs the annual average of (14.9) days.

Here are the temperature anomaly composites:

25 or more 90 degree day warm season days in NYC including 2010 summer composite

The following summers composite

Id be curious to see the individual years. I wonder how much 67 and 92 skew the means

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I believe NYC had a combined total of 13 days at 88/89 last year which separate them from the other sites with 40/50+ 90 degree days.

The park should have had like 45 last year.

Correct, I made a statistical comparison with the other stations and they all had like 4-5 89 degree days while NYC had twice as much..... NYC should have had 47-48 90 degree days last year.

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Trenton...1913 to 2010...

most and least 90+ days...

52 in 2010......4 in 1920

47 in 1983......4 in 1996

36 in 2002......6 in 1990

36 in 1991......6 in 1922

34 in 1999......6 in 1917

32 in 1944......7 in 2003

32 in 1959......7 in 2000

32 in 1966......7 in 1982

32 in 1988......7 in 1927

http://www.njfreeway...e_High_Days.htm

Awesome 11 year pattern :P How many did 1933 have? 1955 which was a true scorcher should have made it too. Irrespective of how many 90 degree days they had 1933 and 1955 still belong on this list for having multiple 100 degree days.

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i'm more curious about summers following strong nina winters that had periods of extreme blocking

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i'm more curious about summers following strong nina winters that had periods of extreme blocking

Summer of 1956 is the only one that comes to mind in relatively recent history.

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Summer of 1956 is the only one that comes to mind in relatively recent history.

we had such a rare winter

i don't know how well nina climo is going to fare this summer

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we had such a rare winter

i don't know how well nina climo is going to fare this summer

I told my wife the same thing. She asked me if it's going to be hot this summer and I told her it shouldn't. Then I told her we were also not supposed to get a crapload of snow either so take it for what's it worth.

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we had such a rare winter

i don't know how well nina climo is going to fare this summer

I feared the strong la nina would ruin the winter...I think we get off to a warm start with some hot days in May and June like 1956, 1965 and 1996...Does the heat continue into July and August ?...If so it would be a summer like 1999...It's either one extreme or the other...

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Correct, I made a statistical comparison with the other stations and they all had like 4-5 89 degree days while NYC had twice as much..... NYC should have had 47-48 90 degree days last year.

No doubt 90% of NYC saw 45+ 90 degree days, but for Central Park, the 37 number is probably close correct.

Same thing happened IMBY in Colts Neck -- I recorded 38 90F days total, but about 12-13 days at 88-89.4. More rural areas tend to have a much more difficult time cracking 90.

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No doubt 90% of NYC saw 45+ 90 degree days, but for Central Park, the 37 number is probably close correct.

Same thing happened IMBY in Colts Neck -- I recorded 38 90F days total, but about 12-13 days at 88-89.4. More rural areas tend to have a much more difficult time cracking 90.

I remember a few times here on the south shore of western LI we were in the low 90s and you were in the upper 80s lol.... we also had three days of 100+ and NYC only had 2. JFK also had 10 days of 95+ and I think NYC had less than that.

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I remember a few times here on the south shore of western LI we were in the low 90s and you were in the upper 80s lol.... we also had three days of 100+ and NYC only had 2. JFK also had 10 days of 95+ and I think NYC had less than that.

Yeah Alex it was probably on those NW wind days when your area really torches, that you beat me. Many of my near misses were literally less than 0.25-0.5 degrees from 90.

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I feared the strong la nina would ruin the winter...I think we get off to a warm start with some hot days in May and June like 1956, 1965 and 1996...Does the heat continue into July and August ?...If so it would be a summer like 1999...It's either one extreme or the other...

I fear that this will be like the summer of 2000 with strong blocking and limited thunderstorm activity.

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Awesome 11 year pattern :P How many did 1933 have? 1955 which was a true scorcher should have made it too. Irrespective of how many 90 degree days they had 1933 and 1955 still belong on this list for having multiple 100 degree days.

1955 had no 100+ days in KNYC. It had a record or close to record number of 95+ days.

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Was able to access and pull the old threads from eastern and wanted to post this here before the site and data disappears again

2011

PHL: 2 (April: 0; May: 2; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

EWR: 1 (April: 0; May: 1; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

TTN: 1 (April: 0; May: 1; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

LGA: (April: 0; May: ; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

ACY: 1 (April: 0; May: 1; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

TEB: 1 (April: 0; May: 1; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

NYC: (April: 0; May: ; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

JFK: (April: 0; May: ; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

Updated for 2011 90(+) tracking

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So far my closest was yesterday at 88F here in CNJ. Looks like we'll make it through April/May without having a 90 degree day (today probably falls short).

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Was able to access and pull the old threads from eastern and wanted to post this here before the site and data disappears again

2011

PHL: 4 (April: 0; May: 3; June: 1 ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

EWR: 2 (April: 0; May: 1; June: 1; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

TTN: 3 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 1; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

LGA: 1 (April: 0; May:0 ; June: 1 ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

ACY: 1 (April: 0; May: 1; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

TEB: 3 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 1; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

NYC: 1 (April: 0; May: 0 ; June: 1 ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

JFK: (April: 0; May: ; June: ; Jul: ; Aug: ; Sep: )

Updated. Looks like we'll have a break before more heat on/around the 8th.

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KNYC Central Park has officially hit 90.

What was the highest temp in the tristate, Ray? I saw that EWR hit 95.

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