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2 hours ago, bluewave said:

The one comparison that holds between NYC and Miami is the JAS rainfall in 2021 and 2011 is  closer to the South Florida average.

Monthly Total Precipitation for NY CITY CENTRAL PARK, NY
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Year
Jul
Aug
Sep
Season
2011 3.03 18.95 9.39 31.37
2021 11.09 10.32 7.73 29.14


 

Monthly Total Precipitation for Miami Area, FL (ThreadEx)
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Year
Jul
Aug
Sep
Season
Mean 8.70 10.06 9.15 27.91
2021 8.18 7.29 7.14 22.61
2020 10.26 7.44 10.92 28.62
2019 10.54 15.74 3.25 29.53
2018 8.02 9.58 7.89 25.49
2017 12.45 8.57 14.97 35.99
2016 4.11 13.77 6.05 23.93
2015 5.91 9.02 9.97 24.90
2014 10.29 9.07 7.25 26.61
2013 12.70 4.43 10.47 27.60
2012 8.92 15.92 11.03 35.87
2011 5.71 11.08 4.99 21.78
2010 7.36 8.75 15.89 32.00

And we are still adding to September!! Please let us dry out!!!

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On 9/22/2021 at 3:21 PM, rclab said:

 

 Good afternoon JG. Your post reaction is understandable, however there are nuances to the term. Palm trees may be a physical manifestation of tropical as are dews. We are experiencing sustained heightened dews in a calendar time and geographic locations that gives pause. BW, as many other fine posters in our sub forums neither hypes or sensationalizes. Data and demonstration of such is their deep throat. As always ….

Interesting. I live in North Providence, Rhode Island, and just down the road there is a house with Palm Trees in the front!! I can't wait to see what happens to them in the winter, but scary they are growing here at all. 

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10 minutes ago, acoolerclimate said:

Interesting. I live in North Providence, Rhode Island, and just down the road there is a house with Palm Trees in the front!! I can't wait to see what happens to them in the winter, but scary they are growing here at all. 

When I was in Piscataway NJ one house planted 6 of them along their driveway.  They lasted the summer and were dead the next year.  

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2 hours ago, psv88 said:

It’s 81 here today. 80 at kisp 

So what?

It is 9/23. What is that+5?

 

The real story of these past few days hasn’t been extreme warmth…It is extreme humidity and very warm overnight lows because of that humidity.

If it was September 23 and you were looking at 80° with historically normal humidity you would say it was a pleasantly mild day. Instead you’re getting swarmed by mosquitoes as you walk through soup

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Just now, jfklganyc said:

So what?

It is 9/23. What is that+5?

 

The real story of these past few days hasn’t been extreme warmth…It is extreme humidity and very warm overnight lows because of that humidity.

If it was September 23 and you were looking at 80° with historically normal humidity you would say it was a pleasantly mild day. Instead you’re getting swarmed by mosquitoes as you walk through soup

Should be gone after tonight.

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1 minute ago, jfklganyc said:

So what?

It is 9/23. What is that+5?

 

The real story of these past few days hasn’t been extreme warmth…It is extreme humidity and very warm overnight lows because of that humidity.

If it was September 23 and you were looking at 80° with historically normal humidity you would say it was a pleasantly mild day. Instead you’re getting swarmed by mosquitoes as you walk through soup

It’s beautiful. Wind keeping the mosquitoes at bay. Went for a swim. Spectacular 

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