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August 2020 General Discussions & Observations Thread

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2 minutes ago, Stormlover74 said:

But who would've thought we could reach the mid 90s in early October last year?

climo is dead these days

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18 minutes ago, wdrag said:

I see a METS FAN is watching a Braves fan.  On climo...  it's biased down.  I did go to ACIS and check EWR  last 100. Sept 3, 1993. This might need to be rechecked.  Walt

You meant latest 100, right?

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850's weren't even above 20c in sept 1993. ewr couldn't break 100 with higher 850's this july

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10 minutes ago, IrishRob17 said:

It was an interesting first week of Oct here in 2019...

10/2/19: High of 87 

10/5/19: First Frost of the Season 

Lets see what we can do to move that first frost out to early or even mid November. Thanx. ;)

Well, I did get wet but just barely. All of the local stations are down but I don't think it was any more than .1". I guess that keeping the soil in the garden beds moist for days is all I can ask for, the cool temps are a bonus.

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off the top of my head there were two summers that had its hottest temprature of the summer on 9/22...1895 hit 97 and 1914 hit 95...1970 tied its hottest day on 9/22 with a 94...

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Newark max temps from treaded extremes...

http://threadex.rcc-acis.org/

9/1 98 in 2010 96 in 1953 95 in 1980+
9/2 105 in 1953 98 in 1980 97 in 1944
9/3 100 in 1993 95 in 2018 95 in 2015
9/4 95 in 2018 95 in 1973 95 in 1964
9/5 94 in 1985 94 in 1961 92 in 1973
9/6 98 in 2018 97 in 1983 95 in 2014
9/7 95 in 2015 93 in 2010 92 in 1945
9/8 98 in 2015 94 in 1939 93 in 2010+
9/9 94 in 1964 93 in 2016 92 in 1971+
9/10 98 in 1983 97 in 1989 95 in 1931
9/11 99 in 1983 96 in 2013 96 in 1964+
9/12 95 in 1961 93 in 2005 90 in 1952+
9/13 94 in 2005 94 in 1952 93 in 1957+
9/14 94 in 2016 92 in 2008 92 in 1931
9/15 94 in 1993 91 in 1942 89 in 1947
9/16 95 in 1991 92 in 1970 91 in 1958+
9/17 95 in 1991 93 in 1972 91 in 1994
9/18 90 in 1992 90 in 1948 89 in 1965
9/19 93 in 1983 89 in 1946 88 in 2005+
9/20 92 in 1983 88 in 1946 87 in 1985
9/21 90 in 1940 88 in 1998 88 in 1980
9/22 94 in 1970 93 in 1931 92 in 1980
9/23 94 in 1970 93 in 2019 93 in 1959
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18 minutes ago, wdrag said:

Just checked LGA  was 95 on Sep 3, 1993. So until someone says I have it wrong, I'll go w EWR last 100 on Sep 3. Probably moot to discuss much more than what we have, except we all know...it's warmer these recent decades. 

That is Newark’s latest 100 degree reading.

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not for nothing but given the area and time of day i am really hoping there's more photos or video of that tornado.  that is absolutely incredible, and really came out of complete nowhere.  you can't ever make any assumptions about weather, the only certainties are that next year will be hotter and thunderstorms in Jersey are definitely not making it to Suffolk.

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1 hour ago, Euripides said:

Pic from Red Bank sent from my sister.

Not her picture but sent from a friend who is a Police officer in Red bank

 

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I am not sure that`s Red Bank. 

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18 minutes ago, PB-99 said:

 

I am not sure that`s Red Bank. 

Could the pic be from Rumson looking toward Red Bank?

I wish my sister had taken the pic as yes I know when you get a pic from someone else the validity goes down.

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1 hour ago, Euripides said:

Going to need to update Red Bank for a Tornado.

See picture a few posts above......

saw them... it may be that PHI-EM are doing storm survey right now.  You'll probably know sooner than I, but I doubt if anything will officially pot on this for a little while, pending data assessment. If they do go with a TOR..will update the graphic when I get a chance. Thanks and Later, Walt

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26 minutes ago, Euripides said:

Could the pic be from Rumson looking toward Red Bank?

I wish my sister had taken the pic as yes I know when you get a pic from someone else the validity goes down.

I'm seeing lots of tree damage but no video or pics of the tornado/funnel itself 

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90-Degree Days during the next 10-day period:      GFS   6,     EURO   4,      GEM    2.  

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