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can someone show what town has the perfect weather observation sight?...I think Newark and Harrison are right because that's what it is there...Harrison is in someones back yard and Newark is where it is...mine was on my roof back when...I've seen one on rt206 near Bedmunster...traffic is very close to the equipment...

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3 minutes ago, wthrmn654 said:

Newark hit 100

 

2 minutes ago, Rtd208 said:

Current temp 100/DP 64/RH 32%

The only major recording station in the NYC area to hit 100 appears to be Newark and they have done it 5 days in a row. Harrison N.J. near the Newark area did it twice before today. So that area in these heat waves seems to be the hottest in the NYC zone. 

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1 hour ago, uofmiami said:

 

Genuine question..right or wrong, what information excatly from NJClimate is he citing? Or is that just what he heard and everyone should simply accept it? 

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4 minutes ago, lee59 said:

 

The only major recording station in the NYC area to hit 100 appears to be Newark and they have done it 5 days in a row. Harrison N.J. near the Newark area did it twice before today. So that area in these heat waves seems to be the hottest in the NYC zone. 

These areas have also been the driest...probobly is a reason also.

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3 minutes ago, coastalplainsnowman said:

The label on the thread is very fitting today

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It's hot.  But thank god @binbissohelped keep those dews away today or it would feel miserable.  This heatwave, while historic in parts of NJ, doesn't feel all that bad compared to what it could feel like.  

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19 minutes ago, Rjay said:

It's hot.  But thank god @binbissohelped keep those dews away today or it would feel miserable.  This heatwave, while historic in parts of NJ, doesn't feel all that bad compared to what it could feel like.  

We were lucky that the heat index values didn’t rise to the record levels of  1983, 1993,1995, 1999, 2011, and 2019.

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