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2 minutes ago, the_other_guy said:

Last week when I said it was cool and dry like summers of “yesteryear” you told me that it wasnt. :)  So what went bye bye?? 

enjoy your +3 july

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49 minutes ago, winterwarlock said:

Looks like another bust...way more sun and overperforming temperatures  for today than they forecasted Imby

 

Would not be surprised  to tack on another 90

cloudy here and we had a light shower earlier-only 77

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1 hour ago, psv88 said:

Flash flood warning for queens and Nassau. Those mostly sunny forecasts from a few days ago not looking great. 

Is today the block party ? Storm on north shore  is moving kinda slow. 

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22 minutes ago, the_other_guy said:

You still never told me what station you were referring to when you told me it was the warmest July ever on the 10th :)

He didn't say that.  He said this.

 

On 7/11/2022 at 11:16 AM, forkyfork said:

your nearest asos is running +1.4 so far this month against the warmest normals we've ever had. that's a summer of yesteryear? 

 

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An average July at LGA is 79.2 with the new much warmer 1991-2020 climate normals. That new normal is the 17th highest temperature recorded for July. So it puts 2022 currently at 14th warmest with less than a +1 departure so far. LGA will only need a +1.4 departure by the end of the month to make it into the top 10 warmest. So while departures are useful for recent temperature comparisons, they don’t really work well for comparisons to our climate before 2010. 

https://www.ncei.noaa.gov/access/us-climate-normals/#dataset=normals-monthly&timeframe=30&location=NY&station=USW00014732

Time Series Summary for LAGUARDIA AIRPORT, NY - Month of Jul
Click column heading to sort ascending, click again to sort descending.
Rank
Year
Mean Avg Temperature 
Missing Count
1 2020 82.9 +3.7
2 2010 82.8 0
3 1999 81.9 0
4 2019 81.5 0
5 2013 81.2 0
6 2016 81.1 0
7 1955 80.9 0
8 1966 80.8 0
9 2006 80.7 0
10 1994 80.6 +1.4
11 2012 80.4 0
- 2011 80.4 0
- 1952 80.4 0
12 2008 80.0 0
- 1993 80.0 0
13 2018 79.8 0
- 1995 79.8 0
14 2022 79.6  
15 2002 79.5 0
16 1949 79.4 0
17 2015 79.2 Normal
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86/65 and much more humid.   Mix of sun and clouds.  Storms popping up around the region with better chances tomorrow and Monday - Florida style setup.  Heat starts Tue (7/19) with enough sun will push temps into the mid / upper 90s and perhaps the hot spots can challenge records Wed (7/20) - Fri (7/22).  Beyond that the Wester Atlantic Ridge flexes west and could see more sustained warer/ humid perhaps stormier setup once to  Sat (7/23) and beyond.

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2 hours ago, bluewave said:

The higher dewpoints and mid 70s SSTs are doing their job. Some spots have picked up over 1.00” this morning. We’ll probably see more widespread convection in the coming days.


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Yeah, I probably spoke too soon with the coastal drought. Very difficult if not impossible to get anything more than a short lived dry spell here these days. Florida here we come. 

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14 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

Yeah, I probably spoke too soon with the coastal drought. Very difficult if not impossible to get anything more than a short lived dry spell here these days. Florida here we come. 

Not a drop on the south shore. You know the deal having grown up in Long Beach. We call these secret days at Jones beach. It’s been sunny all day

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2 minutes ago, LongBeachSurfFreak said:

Not a drop on the south shore. You know the deal having grown up in Long Beach. We call these secret days at Jones beach. It’s been sunny all day

Looks like more widespread convection will be coming tomorrow and Monday. We'll see what happens. 

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21 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

Yeah, I probably spoke too soon with the coastal drought. Very difficult if not impossible to get anything more than a short lived dry spell here these days. Florida here we come. 

Short dry patterns have been the rule with our much warmer SSTs and higher dewpoints. The SSTs were much cooler for the last significant drought in 1999-2002. The 500 year drought in the 1960s had very cold SSTs.

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43 minutes ago, SI Mailman said:

Looks like another healthy cell 5 miles to my north by the Goethals bridge. Doncat might be getting in on that action

Yes very slow moving showers drifting mainly south...picked up 0.33".... still raining lightly. High temp 85° with onshore flow again...Currently 72° with the rain.

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