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11 minutes ago, Shades said:

Lots of local variability with temperatures in the metro area this afternoon. LGA remains in the low 60's on a NE flow off the Sound as of the noon hour observation. Mesonet station in central Queens in the 70's to near 80, while the South shore of Queens and JFK in the 60's on a southerly flow off the Atlantic. There will probably be late day high temperatures for those affected by wind off the water, LI Sound/Atlantic, ahead of the frontal boundary as we thoroughly mix the low levels to max; may be one of those scenarios where outflow boundaries ahead of convection spike temperatures briefly ahead of the front this evening.

Eatons Neck at 53. Ouch. 

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87 at EWR wow.

I didn't expect such a strong sea breeze off the Sound at LGA, parts of the Bx, NE Queens etc.  Long Island, southern Qns & Bk I did as, it was forecasted anyway, but its an impressive Sound sea breeze, not in a good way. Glad I'm not there for it haha.

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Newark tied the record high of 88°. 

 

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW YORK, NY
0247 PM EDT THU APR 14 2022

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE TIED AT NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL 
AIRPORT...

A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 88 WAS TIED AT NEWARK NJ TODAY.
THIS TIES THE OLD RECORD OF 88 SET IN 1941.

RECORDS GO BACK TO THE YEAR 1931 AT THIS CLIMATE STATION.
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9 minutes ago, SnowGoose69 said:

Will be pretty funny to see LGA go to like 85 when winds shift SW ahead of the front 

Happens all the time in places like Long Beach. It finally warms up this time of year after the cold front passes and winds come from the land. So there it’s actually a warm front. 

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The back and forth pattern continues as we are going from the 80s today to possible higher elevation snows early next week. Record warmth in early March to record cold at the end of the month. Cooler start to April before the record warmth today. So plenty of volatility with these rapid wavelength changes. 
 

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