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1 hour ago, wthrmn654 said:

I feel like that depiction out towards riverhead is incorrect,  they had 2-3 inches of rain in the past week. 

You aren’t going to get that kind of IMBY resolution from a satellite map. But most of Suffolk south of the LIE has had very little rain this month. The sea breeze front has been stalling along the North Shore.

 

Data for July 1, 2022 through July 24, 2022
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Name
Station Type
Total Precipitation 
BLUE POINT 0.4 E CoCoRaHS 0.15
SAYVILLE 0.2 SE CoCoRaHS 0.19
COPIAGUE 0.4 ENE CoCoRaHS 0.21
SAYVILLE 1.0 SSE CoCoRaHS 0.22
ISLIP TERRACE 1.1 NNE CoCoRaHS 0.24
AMITYVILLE 0.1 WSW CoCoRaHS 0.26
ISLIP TERRACE 0.5 W CoCoRaHS 0.26
WESTHAMPTON GABRESKI AP WBAN 0.30
PATCHOGUE 0.9 SE CoCoRaHS 0.31
FARMINGDALE REPUBLIC AP WBAN 0.32
REMSENBURG-SPEONK 0.9 NE CoCoRaHS 0.32
AMITYVILLE 0.6 NNE CoCoRaHS 0.35
BRIGHTWATERS 0.5 NNE CoCoRaHS 0.41
BAY SHORE 0.5 ESE CoCoRaHS 0.43
BRIGHTWATERS 0.7 NNW CoCoRaHS 0.46
BRIDGEHAMPTON COOP 0.53
CENTER MORICHES 0.5 N CoCoRaHS 0.53
SETAUKET-EAST SETAUKET 2.1 WNW CoCoRaHS 0.83
SHIRLEY 2.9 N CoCoRaHS 1.01
SHIRLEY BROOKHAVEN AIRPORT WBAN 1.09
ISLIP-LI MACARTHUR AP WBAN 1.17
MONTAUK AIRPORT WBAN 1.25
SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS 2.1 SSW CoCoRaHS 1.50
RIDGE 1.5 SE CoCoRaHS 1.66
NESCONSET 1.4 SSW CoCoRaHS 1.92
FISHERS ISLAND 0.5 NE CoCoRaHS 1.98
RIVERHEAD 1.3 SSE CoCoRaHS 1.99
RIDGE 1.8 SE CoCoRaHS 1.99
JAMESPORT 0.6 SSW CoCoRaHS 2.22
SETAUKET-EAST SETAUKET 0.3 SSE CoCoRaHS 2.27
SMITHTOWN 2.0 SSW CoCoRaHS 2.34
CENTEREACH 1.3 NE CoCoRaHS 2.48
NORTHPORT 1.6 NNE CoCoRaHS 2.49
PORT JEFFERSON STATION 0.3 SSW CoCoRaHS 2.98
MOUNT SINAI COOP 3.00
ORIENT POINT STATE PARK COOP 3.30
BAITING HOLLOW COOP 3.34
UPTON COOP - NWSFO NEW YORK COOP 3.39
CENTERPORT COOP 3.61
RIVERHEAD RESEARCH FARM COOP 3.99
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88/62 off a low of 70.  Only clouds would limit area wide near or record highs today and tomorrow.  95 - 100 in the area with the hotter/ dryer spots hitting low 100s.  Front approaches tomorrow with storms and clouds ahead of the main passage and depending on clouds from those advanced storms will determine if we get more stron heat on Monday (7/25).  Tue (7/26) depending on how much rain / storms linger if the 90s plus heatwave streak is broken for the majority of the area.  

 

Wed (7/27) The W. Atlantic Ridge begins to expand west for what looks like a period into and beyond the end of the month.  Initially its a Bermuda high type pattern through the end of the work week Fri (7/29) and into next weekend, more humid , warm and continued storm chances (much increased).  At times it looks like the W .A.R will connect with the WC/ROckies ridge and pushe stronger heat into the area.  The next shot at some stronger heat would be Thu (7/28) and Fri (7/29) and then the middle of the  next week.  Overall warm to hot pattern but should see much increased storm chances.

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5 minutes ago, bluewave said:

You aren’t going to get that kind of IMBY resolution from a satellite map. But most of Suffolk south of the LIE has had very little rain this month. The sea breeze front has been stalling along the North Shore.

 

Data for July 1, 2022 through July 24, 2022
Click column heading to sort ascending, click again to sort descending.
Name
Station Type
Total Precipitation 
BLUE POINT 0.4 E CoCoRaHS 0.15
SAYVILLE 0.2 SE CoCoRaHS 0.19
COPIAGUE 0.4 ENE CoCoRaHS 0.21
SAYVILLE 1.0 SSE CoCoRaHS 0.22
ISLIP TERRACE 1.1 NNE CoCoRaHS 0.24
AMITYVILLE 0.1 WSW CoCoRaHS 0.26
ISLIP TERRACE 0.5 W CoCoRaHS 0.26
WESTHAMPTON GABRESKI AP WBAN 0.30
PATCHOGUE 0.9 SE CoCoRaHS 0.31
FARMINGDALE REPUBLIC AP WBAN 0.32
REMSENBURG-SPEONK 0.9 NE CoCoRaHS 0.32
AMITYVILLE 0.6 NNE CoCoRaHS 0.35
BRIGHTWATERS 0.5 NNE CoCoRaHS 0.41
BAY SHORE 0.5 ESE CoCoRaHS 0.43
BRIGHTWATERS 0.7 NNW CoCoRaHS 0.46
BRIDGEHAMPTON COOP 0.53
CENTER MORICHES 0.5 N CoCoRaHS 0.53
SETAUKET-EAST SETAUKET 2.1 WNW CoCoRaHS 0.83
SHIRLEY 2.9 N CoCoRaHS 1.01
SHIRLEY BROOKHAVEN AIRPORT WBAN 1.09
ISLIP-LI MACARTHUR AP WBAN 1.17
MONTAUK AIRPORT WBAN 1.25
SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS 2.1 SSW CoCoRaHS 1.50
RIDGE 1.5 SE CoCoRaHS 1.66
NESCONSET 1.4 SSW CoCoRaHS 1.92
FISHERS ISLAND 0.5 NE CoCoRaHS 1.98
RIVERHEAD 1.3 SSE CoCoRaHS 1.99
RIDGE 1.8 SE CoCoRaHS 1.99
JAMESPORT 0.6 SSW CoCoRaHS 2.22
SETAUKET-EAST SETAUKET 0.3 SSE CoCoRaHS 2.27
SMITHTOWN 2.0 SSW CoCoRaHS 2.34
CENTEREACH 1.3 NE CoCoRaHS 2.48
NORTHPORT 1.6 NNE CoCoRaHS 2.49
PORT JEFFERSON STATION 0.3 SSW CoCoRaHS 2.98
MOUNT SINAI COOP 3.00
ORIENT POINT STATE PARK COOP 3.30
BAITING HOLLOW COOP 3.34
UPTON COOP - NWSFO NEW YORK COOP 3.39
CENTERPORT COOP 3.61
RIVERHEAD RESEARCH FARM COOP 3.99

Right, just seemed odd seeing that blob on the north shore. I'm assuming as well that's a blooper of sorts.  

 

Especially since riverhead, where it shows drought has seen nearly 4 inches of rain this month already lol

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1 hour ago, bluewave said:

Today looks like the peak of the heatwave with Newark making a run on a record breaking 102°. It will also be the first time that Newark had a 5 day 100° heatwave. The best that Newark did  in the past was 4 consecutive 100° days.


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Number of Consecutive Days Max Temperature >= 100 
for NEWARK LIBERTY INTL AP, NJ
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Rank
Run Length
Ending Date
Period of record: 1931-01-01 to 2022-07-23
1 4 2022-07-23
- 4 2010-07-07
- 4 1993-07-10
- 4 1953-08-31
2 3 2011-07-23
- 3 2006-08-03
- 3 2001-08-09
- 3 1966-07-04
- 3 1949-08-11
- 3 1949-07-30

Missed it by one degree in 1993, who knows if there was any sensor issues but impressive analog.

 

7/7/1993: 103
7/8/1993: 105
7/9/1993: 104
7/10/1993: 105
7/11/93:   99
7/12/1993: 98
7/13/93: 97

 

And Aug 2001

8/6/2001:  97
8/7/2001: 100
8/8/2001: 101
8/9/01: 105
8/10/2001: 99

 


 

 

 

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20 minutes ago, bluewave said:

You aren’t going to get that kind of IMBY resolution from a satellite map. But most of Suffolk south of the LIE has had very little rain this month. The sea breeze front has been stalling along the North Shore.

 

Data for July 1, 2022 through July 24, 2022
Click column heading to sort ascending, click again to sort descending.
Name
Station Type
Total Precipitation 
BLUE POINT 0.4 E CoCoRaHS 0.15
SAYVILLE 0.2 SE CoCoRaHS 0.19
COPIAGUE 0.4 ENE CoCoRaHS 0.21
SAYVILLE 1.0 SSE CoCoRaHS 0.22
ISLIP TERRACE 1.1 NNE CoCoRaHS 0.24
AMITYVILLE 0.1 WSW CoCoRaHS 0.26
ISLIP TERRACE 0.5 W CoCoRaHS 0.26
WESTHAMPTON GABRESKI AP WBAN 0.30
PATCHOGUE 0.9 SE CoCoRaHS 0.31
FARMINGDALE REPUBLIC AP WBAN 0.32
REMSENBURG-SPEONK 0.9 NE CoCoRaHS 0.32
AMITYVILLE 0.6 NNE CoCoRaHS 0.35
BRIGHTWATERS 0.5 NNE CoCoRaHS 0.41
BAY SHORE 0.5 ESE CoCoRaHS 0.43
BRIGHTWATERS 0.7 NNW CoCoRaHS 0.46
BRIDGEHAMPTON COOP 0.53
CENTER MORICHES 0.5 N CoCoRaHS 0.53
SETAUKET-EAST SETAUKET 2.1 WNW CoCoRaHS 0.83
SHIRLEY 2.9 N CoCoRaHS 1.01
SHIRLEY BROOKHAVEN AIRPORT WBAN 1.09
ISLIP-LI MACARTHUR AP WBAN 1.17
MONTAUK AIRPORT WBAN 1.25
SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS 2.1 SSW CoCoRaHS 1.50
RIDGE 1.5 SE CoCoRaHS 1.66
NESCONSET 1.4 SSW CoCoRaHS 1.92
FISHERS ISLAND 0.5 NE CoCoRaHS 1.98
RIVERHEAD 1.3 SSE CoCoRaHS 1.99
RIDGE 1.8 SE CoCoRaHS 1.99
JAMESPORT 0.6 SSW CoCoRaHS 2.22
SETAUKET-EAST SETAUKET 0.3 SSE CoCoRaHS 2.27
SMITHTOWN 2.0 SSW CoCoRaHS 2.34
CENTEREACH 1.3 NE CoCoRaHS 2.48
NORTHPORT 1.6 NNE CoCoRaHS 2.49
PORT JEFFERSON STATION 0.3 SSW CoCoRaHS 2.98
MOUNT SINAI COOP 3.00
ORIENT POINT STATE PARK COOP 3.30
BAITING HOLLOW COOP 3.34
UPTON COOP - NWSFO NEW YORK COOP 3.39
CENTERPORT COOP 3.61
RIVERHEAD RESEARCH FARM COOP 3.99

Same in Nassau

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14 minutes ago, SACRUS said:

Missed it by one degree in 1993, who knows if there was any sensor issues but impressive analog.

 

7/7/1993: 103
7/8/1993: 105
7/9/1993: 104
7/10/1993: 105
7/11/93:   99
7/12/1993: 98
7/13/93: 97
 

 

 


The longest 100° day streak on Long Island was 4 days in July 2010 at Mineola. The high of 108° was also the highest recorded temperature that I could find for Long Island. Wantagh came close but missed the 4 day steak with one day only making it to 99°. Wantagh reached 107° which was the 2nd highest tempersrure thst I could find for Long Island.

 

Data for MINEOLA, NY
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Date
Max Temperature 
2010-07-04 103
2010-07-05 104
2010-07-06 108
2010-07-07 105


 

Data for WANTAGH CEDAR CREEK, NY
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Date
Max Temperature 
2010-07-04 101
2010-07-05 99
2010-07-06 107
2010-07-07 104

 

 

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1 minute ago, bluewave said:


The longest 100° day streak on Long Island was 4 days in July 2010 at Mineola. The high of 108° was also the highest recorded temperature that I could find for Long Island. Wantagh came close but missed the 4 day steak with one day only making it to 99°. Wantagh mad it to 107° which was the 2nd highest temoersrure thst I could find for Long Island.

 


 

Data for MINEOLA, NY
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Date
Max Temperature 
2010-07-04 103
2010-07-05 104
2010-07-06 108
2010-07-07 105


 

Data for WANTAGH CEDAR CREEK, NY
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Date
Max Temperature 
2010-07-04 101
2010-07-05 99
2010-07-06 107
2010-07-07 104

 

 

2010 was insanely hot summer. Remember following Phish around the northeast. Brutal

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5 minutes ago, SACRUS said:

 

10 AM broil up

 

JFK: 89
EWR: 89
ISP: 88
LGA: 88
New Brnswck: 88
BLM: 88
TEB: 87
TTN: 86
PHL: 86

 

yesterday at 10 AM vs today

 

0 AM Fry up

 

ACY: 91
JFK: 91
PHL: 91
New Brnswck: 90
EWR: 89
BLM: 89
TEB: 88
ISP: 87
TTN: 87
LGA: 86
NYC: 84

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19 minutes ago, Rjay said:

While it took some time to find, this paper explains why the MADIS range test that the Gladstone site uses is so flawed. NYC is a chronically bad type of site mentioned below. The trees covering the ASOS has been an ongoing issue since the 1990s.

http://www.thinkmind.org/articles/geoprocessing_2019_1_10_30010.pdf

Range tests are not perfect. The record high United States temperature would fail MADIS’s range test, although it would pass MesoW- est’s test. Both MADIS and MesoWest further employ a suite of tests that go beyond their simple range tests. “Bud- dy” tests compare an observation to neighboring observa- tions. MADIS uses Optimal Interpolation in conjunction with cross-validation to measure the conformity of an ob- servation to its neighbors [2]. MesoWest estimates observa- tions using multivariate linear regression [5]. A real obser- vation is compared to the estimate, and if the deviation is high, then the real observation is flagged as questionable.
These approaches are flawed in that they do not account for bad metadata, such as incorrect timestamps or incorrect locations. They do not account for chronically bad sites which produce bad data including data that may sometimes appear correct. Of even greater concern, they may not do a good job in assessing accuracy and may be incorrectly la- beling bad data as good and good data as bad.
The consequences of ignoring data quality are great. How can we trust our applications and models if the inputs are bad? In turn, how can we better assess data for quality so that we can be confident in its use?
In this paper, we present new evaluation results for our previously-published method including evaluation with several new data sets. These results are significant in that they demonstrate the challenges of evaluation of methods for data quality assessment of spatio-temporal weather sen- sor data. The rest of this paper is organized as follows: Sec- tion II presents relevant literature, Section III identifies general challenges, Section IV defines our approach,

 

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