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Pretty unusual for Newark not to get above 95°on Friday or set a record high with record heat to our west this past week. Notice how much warmer Newark was in the past when Toledo, Ohio had record heat in mid-June. So strong blocking combining with with a heat dome is different from typical June climo.

Same years bolded at Newark when Toledo had a record high

Toledo Area, OH
Period of record: 1873-03-01 through 2022-06-17

6/12 95 in 1956 94 in 1954 93 in 1925
6/13 96 in 2017 95 in 1956 94 in 1988
6/14 96 in 1988 95 in 1956 94 in 1967
6/15 98 in 2022 96 in 1994 95 in 1988+
6/16 99 in 1994 98 in 1952 96 in 2022
6/17 97 in 1994 97 in 1957 95 in 2018+
6/18 98 in 1994 97 in 1944 96 in 2018

Newark Area, NJ
Period of record: 1931-01-01 through 2022-06-17

6/12 97 in 2017 95 in 1973 94 in 1949
6/13 99 in 2017 98 in 1961 96 in 1984
6/14 99 in 1988 99 in 1956 98 in 1994
6/15 101 in 1994 99 in 1988 99 in 1945
6/16 98 in 1981 97 in 1991 96 in 1988
6/17 98 in 1952 97 in 1957 97 in 1945
6/18 97 in 1993 97 in 1945 96 in 2018+


 

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND, OH
0535 PM EDT WED JUN 15 2022

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES SET AT TOLEDO OH




A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 98 WAS SET AT TOLEDO OH TODAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 96 SET IN 1994.

 

CLIMATE REPORT 
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW YORK, NY
224 AM EDT SAT JUN 18 2022

...................................

...THE NEWARK NJ CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JUNE 17 2022...

CLIMATE NORMAL PERIOD 1991 TO 2020
CLIMATE RECORD PERIOD 1931 TO 2022


WEATHER ITEM   OBSERVED TIME   RECORD YEAR NORMAL DEPARTURE LAST      
                VALUE   (LST)  VALUE       VALUE  FROM      YEAR     
                                                  NORMAL           
...................................................................
TEMPERATURE (F)                                                          
 YESTERDAY                                                           
  MAXIMUM         95    314 PM  98    1952 
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39 minutes ago, winterwarlock said:

68 here...skeptical  that a full day of June sun wil not push the temperature  into the 70s? I guess clouds are expected to fill in?

It's cold aloft and will continue getting colder. Self destructive sunshine so anything above 70F will be a struggle

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18 hours ago, forkyfork said:

more of a linked up ridge look on today's guidance

 

 

While we get the more linked up look, energy is trying to sneak underneath. So we get more onshore flow with high pressure east of New England next week. 

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67/51 off a high of 93 yesterday.  Clouds pushing into the area from NYS.  Cooler 60 hours before warmer/humid and some unsettelled weather moves in Tue (6/21) through next Fri (6/24) as ridge refires into the Plains and we are fringed.  Euro cut off a ULL in the weakness along the east coast and its onshore city for 72 hours next week while the low meanders near the coastal Carolinas and we have onshore/clouds and storms.  That bucked the prior trend of pushing the heat in for 24/36 hours on previous 6/17 12z guidance.  We'll see where we go today but the seasonal tendency would argue another battle with onshore along the NE and EC. 

 

Beyond there next weekend 6/25 look to see flow go flatter and some of the heat come through.  Plains ridge is a bit flatter as we open July on the longer range guidance so normal/bias warm would be the call as it stands now for the open of July.

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27 minutes ago, bluewave said:

While we get the more linked up look, energy is trying to sneak underneath. So we get more onshore flow with high pressure east of New England next week. 

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that looks like the lead up to the late may over the top heat

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7 minutes ago, forkyfork said:

that looks like the lead up to the late may over the top heat

The GEPS has a middle ground between the GEFS and EPS. The high east of New England late next week becomes the Bermuda high a few days later. So the SSE flow becomes more SW and gives us a warm up in late June.


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36 minutes ago, the_other_guy said:

It’s such an interesting phenomenon because you lose the offshore breeze. Very unique setup

Gust fronts ahead of squall lines can be interesting along the South Shore. I can remember a summer day in Long Beach with a strong sea breeze and temperatures in the low 80s. The outflow from a squall line rapidly shifted the winds to offshore. The temperature jumped from 83° to 96° in about 3 minutes. It had been in the upper 90s most of the day away from the sea breeze around NYC.

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Just now, bluewave said:

Gust fronts ahead of squall lines can be interesting along the South  Shore. I can remember a summer day in Long Beach with a strong sea breeze and temperatures in the low 80s. The outflow from a squall line rapidly shifted the winds to offshore. The temperature jumped from 83° to 96° In about 3 minutes. It had been in the upper 90s most of the day away from the sea breeze.

Almost like a mini Chinook

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1 hour ago, lee59 said:

Temperature went nowhere since this morning, actually dropped a degree or two, 67 now. Going to be a very chilly night.

Yes impressive for it to happen under a non onshore flow pattern a few days from the solstice. 

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