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The park's starting to fall behind me now; we were neck and neck.

90.1F high here today, giving me 18 days of 90F or higher. Had 4 this week, with an 87F on Wednesday splitting the heat. My average for a year is 18, so above normal is obviously a lock. September most years yields anywhere from nothing to maybe 2 or 3 if it's a hot month. Climo wise, 90F chances drop off considerably post August 25th, so we've got about a month left. Can't believe it; summer goes way too fast. I always say, once 4th of July hits, it's all downhill from there (seems to go much faster).

Agree on the 4th of July comment. It's funny too because the 4th is so early in the summer season yet it already feels as if summer is slipping away.

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looks like these numbers will be too low for the season -also so far at EWR for a 3 year period from 2010 through 7/27/2012 they have had 109- 90 degree days - that has to be a record or at least close to one

in the hat trick thread we were discussing theperiod 93 - 95 and in the 53 - 55

93 : 48

94: 39

95: 33

tot: 120

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My guess would be very similar Tony. But just to make it interesting, I'll go:

EWR: 26

NYC: 17

I suspect we'll have numerous mid/upper 80s and very humid days throughout the summer, probably a lot of near misses for many. Those type of borderline 85-90 days are when Newark can really pull away from the pack so to speak, in terms of 90F days. As I said before, I think overall the high humidity and elevated night time minima will be more impressive than big day time heat this summer

Looking forward through the next couple weeks, I honestly don't know when the next 90F day will be. Looks troughy with near normal temps for the most part in the NE CONUS. Plenty of convective activity w/ a southerly flow. We may make it to the middle of August with only a couple 90F days. Of course, by the end of the month it becomes more difficult to attain 90.

My numbers from May will probably be a bit too low, Tony's probably look better (30/20), but we'll see, August looks like a high min/normal daytime temps type of month.

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Looking forward through the next couple weeks, I honestly don't know when the next 90F day will be. Looks troughy with near normal temps for the most part in the NE CONUS. Plenty of convective activity w/ a southerly flow. We may make it to the middle of August with only a couple 90F days. Of course, by the end of the month it becomes more difficult to attain 90.

My numbers from May will probably be a bit too low, Tony's probably look better (30/20), but we'll see, August looks like a high min/normal daytime temps type of month.

August will probably be the coolest month of the summer with what models are showing and the developing Nino. It wouldn't surprise me to see a taste of fall early.

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haha Ive heard that before, many people were saying after the first July heatwave that it really wasnt going to be that hot the rest of the month

We certainly had that very hot week in mid July, but for the 19th-27th period, Central Park accumulated a -15 departure. Today, the 28th, will probably be recorded as a -2 given the 80/70 day, and the last few days of the month look near normal.

So actually the period July 19th-31st will end up below normal, and it was a significant turnaround from the very hot July 1st-18th period.

19 76 68 72 -5

20 72 61 67 -10

21 78 61 70 -7

22 83 65 74 -3

23 86 71 79 2

24 91 74 83 6

25 85 67 76 -1

26 88 68 78 1

27 87 71 79 2

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August will probably be the coolest month of the summer with what models are showing and the developing Nino. It wouldn't surprise me to see a taste of fall early.

I'm not sure if we'll be cooler than June and record a below avg month, but I do think we're looking at essentially near normal month (probably 0 to +1).

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haha Ive heard that before, many people were saying after the first July heatwave that it really wasnt going to be that hot the rest of the month

August's coldest temperature came during developing el nino years...1965, 1976, 1982, 1986 hit 50 degrees near the end of the month...1885 also got down to 50 and it looks like it was a developing el nino although brief...

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PHL: 30 (April: 0; May 2: ; June:7 ; Jul: 21; Aug: ; Sep: )

EWR: 24 (April: 0; May: 2 ; June:6 ; Jul: 16 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

TTN: 25 (April: 1; May: 2 ; June: 7 ; Jul: 15 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

LGA: 22 (April: 0; May: 2; June:6 ; Jul: 14; Aug: ; Sep: )

ACY: 22 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 14 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

TEB: 25 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 17 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

NYC: 15 (April: 0; May: ; June:5 ; Jul: 10; Aug: ; Sep: )

JFK: 13 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 8 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

ISP: 11 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 6; Aug: ; Sep: )

New Bnswk: 26 (April: 1, May: 2, June: 6, July: 17; Aug:;Sep:; O)

89 degree days

PHL: 3

EWR: 3

TTN: 3

LGA: 3

ACY: 2

TEB: 2

NYC: 7

JFK: 2

ISP: 2

NBNSWK:2

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PHL and ACY add another. The rest were socked in clouds and storms

PHL: 93

EWR: 80

TTN: 88

LGA: 78

ACY: 91

TEB: 80

NYC: 80

JFK: 79

ISP: 78

New Brunswick: 82

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We certainly had that very hot week in mid July, but for the 19th-27th period, Central Park accumulated a -15 departure. Today, the 28th, will probably be recorded as a -2 given the 80/70 day, and the last few days of the month look near normal.

So actually the period July 19th-31st will end up below normal, and it was a significant turnaround from the very hot July 1st-18th period.

19 76 68 72 -5

20 72 61 67 -10

21 78 61 70 -7

22 83 65 74 -3

23 86 71 79 2

24 91 74 83 6

25 85 67 76 -1

26 88 68 78 1

27 87 71 79 2

well the Park is not representative of the area as a whole...I mean I and many others hit 90 plus 3-4 times last week and some mid 90s as well. Redo those stats with New Brunswick or Newark and its been quite hot the entire month save for a couple of cooler days last week

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well the Park is not representative of the area as a whole...I mean I and many others hit 90 plus 3-4 times last week and some mid 90s as well. Redo those stats with New Brunswick or Newark and its been quite hot the entire month save for a couple of cooler days last week

Not to belabor the point but New Brunswick isn't even in the Upton CWA so it shouldn't be representative of the area....

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That's because the Upton CWA is centered in LI not NYC. Most of North/Central NJ is closer climate wise to NYC than LI is and closer mileage wise as well. If we did a 40 mile radius of NYC much of LI wouldn't even fall within their CWA and much of Mt. Holly's area would.

Not to belabor the point but New Brunswick isn't even in the Upton CWA so it shouldn't be representative of the area....

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PHL: 31 (April: 0; May 2: ; June:7 ; Jul: 21; Aug: 1 ; Sep: )

EWR: 25 (April: 0; May: 2 ; June:6 ; Jul: 16 ; Aug: 1; Sep: )

TTN: 26 (April: 1; May: 2 ; June: 7 ; Jul: 15 ; Aug: 1; Sep: )

LGA: 23 (April: 0; May: 2; June:6 ; Jul: 14; Aug: 1; Sep: )

ACY: 22 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 14 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

TEB: 26 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 17 ; Aug: 1; Sep: )

NYC: 15 (April: 0; May: ; June:5 ; Jul: 10; Aug: ; Sep: )

JFK: 13 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 8 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

ISP: 11 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 6; Aug: ; Sep: )

New Bnswk: 27 (April: 1, May: 2, June: 6, July: 17; Aug:1;Sep:; O)

89 degree days

PHL: 4

EWR: 3

TTN: 3

LGA: 3

ACY: 2

TEB: 2

NYC: 7

JFK: 2

ISP: 2

NBNSWK:2

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Today's highs

PHL: 91

EWR: 93

TTN: 90

LGA: 90

ACY: 88

TEB: 93

NYC: 87

JFK: 86

ISP: 84

NBRNSWK: 92

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Today's highs

PHL: 91

EWR: 93

TTN: 90

LGA: 90

ACY: 88

TEB: 93

NYC: 87

JFK: 86

ISP: 84

NBRNSWK: 92

PHL's AFD towards the end of July broke some of this down for their CWA. One of the stats I found interesting and maybe worthwhile to include in this roundup was that PHL averages 4 95 degree or greater days climatologically. This year they're currently at 12 through 07/31, last year the total was 11.

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PHL: 32 (April: 0; May 2: ; June:7 ; Jul: 21; Aug: 2 ; Sep: )

EWR: 26 (April: 0; May: 2 ; June:6 ; Jul: 16 ; Aug: 2; Sep: )

TTN: 27 (April: 1; May: 2 ; June: 7 ; Jul: 15 ; Aug: 2; Sep: )

LGA: 24 (April: 0; May: 2; June:6 ; Jul: 14; Aug: 2; Sep: )

ACY: 23 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 14 ; Aug: 1; Sep: )

TEB: 27 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 17 ; Aug: 2; Sep: )

NYC: 15 (April: 0; May: ; June:5 ; Jul: 10; Aug: ; Sep: )

JFK: 13 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 8 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

ISP: 11 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 6; Aug: ; Sep: )

New Bnswk: 28 (April: 1, May: 2, June: 6, July: 17; Aug:2;Sep:; O)

89 degree days

PHL: 4

EWR: 3

TTN: 3

LGA: 3

ACY: 2

TEB: 2

NYC: 8

JFK: 2

ISP: 2

NBNSWK:2

Looks like clouds might have killed the parks chances and as such they reached 89 for the 8th time.

Most other places closing in on 30 days for the thirs straight year.

todays highs:

PHL: 91

EWR: 93

TTN: 90

LGA: 90

ACY: 88

TEB: 93

NYC: 87

JFK: 86

ISP: 84

NBRNSWK: 92

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Looks like clouds might have killed the parks chances and as such they reached 89 for the 8th time.

Most other places closing in on 30 days for the thirs straight year.

todays highs:

PHL: 91

EWR: 93

TTN: 90

LGA: 90

ACY: 88

TEB: 93

NYC: 87

JFK: 86

ISP: 84

NBRNSWK: 92

The question as to whether or not one wants to be "the poorest person in a rich neighborhood" or the "richest person in a poor neighborhood" has crossed my mind from time to tiime. With snowy spots like Orange, Putnam, and northern Fairfield County in the Upton CWA...living on the N. Shore of Long Island has more in common with the former than the latter. But since this sub-forum appears to have shifted everything south by a good number of miles...by the time winter arrives...my location might have more in common with the latter.

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Yeah, I would say most are averaging around 18-23 days of 90F so far, only the hottest places are approaching 30. I'm at 20 here in CNJ. PHL I don't count as our area, and EWR is the only NYC station above 25 right now. When taking NYC, LI, SW CT, NNJ, S NY, and CNJ into account, we're probably around 20 days, with the coolest locations close to 10 and the hottest near 30.

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Yeah, I would say most are averaging around 18-23 days of 90F so far, only the hottest places are approaching 30. I'm at 20 here in CNJ. PHL I don't count as our area, and EWR is the only NYC station above 25 right now. When taking NYC, LI, SW CT, NNJ, S NY, and CNJ into account, we're probably around 20 days, with the coolest locations close to 10 and the hottest near 30.

22 days of 90+ temps here so far.
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PHL: 33 (April: 0; May 2: ; June:7 ; Jul: 21; Aug: 3 ; Sep: )

EWR: 27 (April: 0; May: 2 ; June:6 ; Jul: 17 ; Aug: 2; Sep: )

TTN: 27 (April: 1; May: 2 ; June: 7 ; Jul: 15 ; Aug: 2; Sep: )

LGA: 25 (April: 0; May: 2; June:6 ; Jul: 14; Aug: 3; Sep: )

ACY: 23 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 14 ; Aug: 1; Sep: )

TEB: 28 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 17 ; Aug: 3; Sep: )

NYC: 16 (April: 0; May: ; June:5 ; Jul: 10; Aug: 1; Sep: )

JFK: 13 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 8 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

ISP: 11 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 6; Aug: ; Sep: )

New Bnswk: 29 (April: 1, May: 2, June: 6, July: 17; Aug: 3;Sep:; O)

89 degree days

PHL: 4

EWR: 3

TTN: 3

LGA: 3

ACY: 2

TEB: 2

NYC: 8

JFK: 2

ISP: 2

NBNSWK:2

Most sites add another

PHL: 93

EWR: 90

TTN: 88

LGA: 90

ACY: 87

TEB: 91

NYC: 90

JFK: 88

ISP: 85

NBRNSWK: 93

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PHL: 34 (April: 0; May 2: ; June:7 ; Jul: 21; Aug: 4 ; Sep: )

EWR: 28 (April: 0; May: 2 ; June:6 ; Jul: 16 ; Aug: 4; Sep: )

TTN: 28 (April: 1; May: 2 ; June: 7 ; Jul: 15 ; Aug: 3; Sep: )

LGA: 26 (April: 0; May: 2; June:6 ; Jul: 14; Aug: 4; Sep: )

ACY: 24 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 14 ; Aug: 2; Sep: )

TEB: 29 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 17 ; Aug: 4; Sep: )

NYC: 17 (April: 0; May: ; June:5 ; Jul: 10; Aug: 2; Sep: )

JFK: 13 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 8 ; Aug: ; Sep: )

ISP: 11 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 6; Aug: ; Sep: )

New Bnswk: 30 (April: 1, May: 2, June: 6, July: 17; Aug: 4;Sep:; O)

89 degree days

PHL: 4

EWR: 3

TTN: 3

LGA: 3

ACY: 2

TEB: 2

NYC: 8

JFK: 2

ISP: 2

NBNSWK:2

today's highs;

PHL: 98

EWR: 95

TTN: 92

LGA: 91

ACY: 91

TEB: 96

NYC: 91

JFK: 87

ISP: 85

NBRNSWK: 94

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PHL: 34 (April: 0; May 2: ; June:7 ; Jul: 21; Aug: 4 ; Sep: )

EWR: 28 (April: 0; May: 2 ; June:6 ; Jul: 16 ; Aug: 4; Sep: )

TTN: 28 (April: 1; May: 2 ; June: 7 ; Jul: 15 ; Aug: 3; Sep: )

LGA: 26 (April: 0; May: 2; June:6 ; Jul: 14; Aug: 4; Sep: )

ACY: 24 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 14 ; Aug: 2; Sep: )

TEB: 29 (April: 0; May: 2; June: 6 ; Jul: 17 ; Aug: 4; Sep: )

NYC: 17 (April: 0; May: ; June:5 ; Jul: 10; Aug: 2; Sep: )

JFK: 14 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 8 ; Aug: 1 ; Sep: )

ISP: 11 (April: 0; May: ; June: 5 ; Jul: 6; Aug: ; Sep: )

New Bnswk: 31 (April: 1, May: 2, June: 6, July: 17; Aug: 5;Sep:; O)

89 degree days

PHL: 5

EWR: 4

TTN: 3

LGA: 3

ACY: 3

TEB: 2

NYC: 8

JFK: 2

ISP: 2

NBNSWK:2

JFK and New Brunswick added another. Several sites fell just short at 89 (EWR, PHL, ACY) Made it to 989 here.

PHL: 89

EWR: 89

TTN: 86

LGA: 88

ACY: 89

TEB: 87

NYC: 86

JFK: 90

ISP: 86

NBRNSWK: 90

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