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July 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

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1 hour ago, LibertyBell said:

Don both JFK and LGA hit 99!  I recorded 99 here on the south shore of Nassau County also.  Maybe they can both hit 100 today? I'm ignoring Central Park, they are lagging far behind all the airports

I think LGA has perhaps the best chance, along with EWR to reach 100 today. JFK might make a run at it. Central Park will probably fall a few degrees short.

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Next 8 days averaging 78.5degs., or 2degs. AN.

Month to date is  +3.3[79.7].       Should be +2.9[79.3] by the 29th.

Was still near 88* at midnite, not quite the 91* I had at midnight July 15th. into the 16th., in 1995.

82.2* here at 6am.    82.8* at 7am.   84.7* at 8am.    87.0* at 9am.  88.0* by 9:30am (90 mins. earlier than yesterday---eke).

********We are under Flash Flood Watch starting tonight!

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Temperatures near sunrise included:

Bridgeport: 79°
Farmingdale: 80°
Islip: 80°
New York City-JFK: 80°
New York City-LGA: 88°
New York City-NYC: 82°
Newark: 80°
White Plains: 77°

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Sunrise

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85/76/  95 

650am. Low 84

Damm LGA bearly squeak below 90 as of 6am

 

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This record surge of high dewpoints since 2016 has been remarkable. First 4 consecutive years at JFK with 10 or more days reaching 75 degrees or higher. Over 40 days last year was off the charts. Numerous hourly records plus the new-all time highest reading of 84 degrees.

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Low of 84 at LGA this morning, which is a record high min for the date. Could see something lower this evening if a rogue storm passes through. Winds turn N this evening as well, so it could drop below that just prior to midnight.

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87/77 at 8 AM. 2 degrees ahead of yesterday which topped out at 98.

Low was 78.

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1 minute ago, Isotherm said:

Already an impressive 87.5F here. Low of 77.5F.

 

Yesterday was 85F at this time here.

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91/78/105....still running roughly 2 degrees ahead of yesterday.

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Epic high dewpoint combined with heavy rain pattern across the US. Welcome to the new tropics.

 

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We are still a bit cloudy here, temp has actually dropped a degree from 87 to 86 but I think the sunshine will prevail and I expected temps to make it into the mid-upper 90's easily.

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850 temps are 0.2C cooler this morning than yesterday. These high clouds will not last more than another hour or two, should have little to no impact. I see no reason why highs today won't be about the same as yesterday. Warmer start could mean a few more see 100 than yesterday. 

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3 minutes ago, bluewave said:

Ridiculous

you see the 12Z OKX? 2nd highest MUCAPE on record, though I'm wondering about that 82F dewpoint given ISP wasn't quite that high:

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9 minutes ago, purduewx80 said:

850 temps are 0.2C cooler this morning than yesterday. These high clouds will not last more than another hour or two, should have little to no impact. I see no reason why highs today won't be about the same as yesterday. Warmer start could mean a few more see 100 than yesterday. 

Disagree. I spiked to 94 and now back down a degree with these clouds, and they are redeveloping further nw. I think the goose is cooked 

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