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July 2017 Observations & Discussions Thread

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2 hours ago, WeatherFeen2000 said:

Summer peaked already. We may have another couple of days in the low 90's as that war tries to build up but I doubt we see anything more significant than earlier this month and during the June heatwave!

142 days to winter!

This would be a good vacation week at the beach.  Last week meh.   Never know what you are going to get when you book these 6 months out.

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47 minutes ago, Cfa said:

Lol this is gonna be my attitude throughout winter. This subforum holds onto winter for dear life, halfway through spring.

Picture perfect summer weather today. B)

Today is a great Summer day, something that's been hard to come by this season.  Looking forward to August and hopefully a lot more days like this one.

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12 minutes ago, Brian5671 said:

today probably ensures most station finish a bit AN for the month....

Mins were pretty low this morning, I bet many places outside the city and coast will finish BN.

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13 minutes ago, Stormlover74 said:

Ewr 89, probably sneak out 1 more 90 degree day for the month

with a low of 64 and a high of 90 the mean would be 77 keeping Newarks average temperature 77.3 for the month...this is a departure of -0.7 from the 1981-2010 average monthly temperature...

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1 hour ago, Stormlover74 said:

Ewr 89, probably sneak out 1 more 90 degree day for the month

Only the second time during the 2010's that EWR couldn't reach 10 days of 90 or more in July.

2010...21

2011...22

2012...16

2013...15

2014...8

2015...11

2016...16

2017...9

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4 hours ago, bluewave said:

Only the second time during the 2010's that EWR couldn't reach 10 days of 90 or more in July.

2010...21

2011...22

2012...16

2013...15

2014...8

2015...11

2016...16

2017...9

 

1 89 on Jul 11 (close but no cigar) and 2 88's.  The 5 days last week were super impressive below normal departures, Saturdays clouds sealed the deal. Still felt much warmer than 2014.

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11 hours ago, SACRUS said:

 

1 89 on Jul 11 (close but no cigar) and 2 88's.  The 5 days last week were super impressive below normal departures, Saturdays clouds sealed the deal. Still felt much warmer than 2014.

Those were some impressively cool temperatures for 7-24 to 7-30. It was actually in the top 10 coolest and the coolest ending to July since 2000.

 

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5 minutes ago, bluewave said:

Those were some impressively cool temperatures for 7-24 to 7-30. It was actually in the top 10 coolest and the coolest ending to July since 2000.

 

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I thought Newark records go back to the 1930's?...are those NYC numbers?...

 

 

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9 minutes ago, uncle W said:

 

It looks like it goes back to 1893 on XMACIS now. I guess there was a local Newark site before the airport.

 

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41 minutes ago, bluewave said:

It looks like it goes back to 1893 on XMACIS now. I guess there was a local Newark site before the airport.

 

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interesting...I wonder if there are daily records some where?...ncdc only goes back to 1944 for local climate data for Newark...

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13 minutes ago, psv88 said:

75 Average Temp for July here. Not sure what the normal average is for ISP...

High temp of 96, low of 57. 

I had ISP : / +1.1 / 2.11 (pcp)
 

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25 minutes ago, SACRUS said:

I had ISP : / +1.1 / 2.11 (pcp)
 

Assuming my normal average temp is the same as islip, which I doubt, I am also at + 1.1 for July. Looks like my average was identical with islip a even though I had more 90 degree days. I guess  the overnight lows evened it out, as I had multiple nights in the 50s further inland

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