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New Brunswick and Newark are having their  2nd warmest summer on record through August 10th. JFK, ISP, LGA, and HPN are in 5th place. Nantucket and Blue Hills Observatory are in 1st place..
 

Time Series Summary for New Brunswick Area, NJ (ThreadEx)
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Rank
Ending Date
Mean Avg Temperature Jun 1 to Aug 10
Missing Count
1 2010-08-10 76.9 0
2 2022-08-10 76.0 0
3 1999-08-10 75.8 0
- 1898-08-10 75.8 0
4 2020-08-10 75.7 0
- 1949-08-10 75.7 0
5 2011-08-10 75.6 0


 

Time Series Summary for NEWARK LIBERTY INTL AP, NJ
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Rank
Ending Date
Mean Avg Temperature Jun 1 to Aug 10
Missing Count
1 2010-08-10 79.5 0
2 2022-08-10 79.4 0
- 1994-08-10 79.4 0
3 1993-08-10 79.2 0
4 2011-08-10 78.9 0
5 2020-08-10 77.9 0


 

Time Series Summary for JFK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, NY
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Rank
Ending Date
Mean Avg Temperature Jun 1 to Aug 10
Missing Count
1 2010-08-10 77.8 0
2 2011-08-10 76.4 0
3 1983-08-10 75.9 0
4 1949-08-10 75.8 0
5 2022-08-10 75.7 0
- 2020-08-10 75.7 0


 

Time Series Summary for ISLIP-LI MACARTHUR AP, NY
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Rank
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Mean Avg Temperature Jun 1 to Aug 10
Missing Count
1 2010-08-10 75.3 0
2 1999-08-10 75.2 0
3 2020-08-10 74.6 0
4 2011-08-10 74.4 0
5 2022-08-10 74.2 0
- 2019-08-10 74.2 0


 

Time Series Summary for LAGUARDIA AIRPORT, NY
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Rank
Ending Date
Mean Avg Temperature Jun 1 to Aug 10
Missing Count
1 2020-08-10 79.7 0
- 2010-08-10 79.7 0
2 1999-08-10 78.2 0
3 2006-08-10 78.1 0
4 1994-08-10 77.9 0
5 2022-08-10 77.8 0


 

Time Series Summary for WESTCHESTER CO AP, NY
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Rank
Ending Date
Mean Avg Temperature Jun 1 to Aug 10
Missing Count
1 1995-08-10 76.0 38
2 1999-08-10 75.0 4
3 2010-08-10 74.6 1
4 1983-08-10 74.0 1
5 2022-08-10 73.7 0
- 1949-08-10 73.7 4


 

Time Series Summary for NANTUCKET MEMORIAL AP, MA
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Rank
Ending Date
Mean Avg Temperature Jun 1 to Aug 10
Missing Count
1 2022-08-10 70.5 0
2 2021-08-10 69.7 2
3 1949-08-10 69.0 0
4 2010-08-10 68.9 0
5 1979-08-10 68.5 10


 

Time Series Summary for BLUE HILL COOP, MA
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Rank
Ending Date
Mean Avg Temperature Jun 1 to Aug 10
Missing Count
1 2022-08-10 73.0 0
2 1949-08-10 72.5 0
3 2010-08-10 72.4 4
4 2020-08-10 72.3 0
5 1999-08-10 72.1 0
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The next 8 days are averaging 76degs.(69/85) or just Normal.

Reached 85 here yesterday.

Today:  85-90, rain ending by 10am, clearing late, wind n.

Heat should be back after Aug. 22.     Starting Monday, look for rain or cloud cover half of the time through August 26.      Hurricane Season remains dead.       Like in 1960, fourth system was Donna on Sept. 11-12.     It probably formed in early September.  

https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2022/08/08/atlantic-hurricane-season-tropical-storms/2861659954813/

75*[97%RH] here at 7am, FOG(variable), raining.      75* at 9pm, cloudy only.      81*(60%RH) at Noon.    82* at 3pm.       84* at 4pm.

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14 minutes ago, bluewave said:

Yeah, the models from yesterday had the rough outline of the areas that would get rain this morning. 
 

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Good morning BW. Moderate rain over the postage stamp. Gloomy and off season feel but refreshing just the same, stay well, as always ….

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2 minutes ago, bluewave said:

Very Nice. If the EPS is correct, then we’ll do better next week. Areas  east of I-95 could  get the higher amounts. 
 

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This is a good start. The 06z GFS says some places could pick up as much as 3.00" of rainfall early to mid week next week. We will have to see how the models trend over the next 2-3 days.

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74/70 0.37 in the bucket.  SKies clearing by 11AM.  Warmer spots could grab another 90. EWR to 40?  Trough builds in Fri (8/12) through Wed (8/17) and closes off at times, cooler, wetter especially Mon (8/15) - Tue (8/16) as cut off spins ULL through the Mid Atlantic and Northeast.  Rockies / Pains Ridge heads west to the WC/Pac N-w as the Western Atlantic ridge is pushed down.  Caught between the two ridges as trough builds down and cant move it out, so it will be forced back the following week.  Highs near / below normal. 

Western Atlantic Ridge starts to return west by Thu (8/18) and begins to push trough into the GL, with more humid /warm  southerly / onshore flow an likely wetter pattern overall.  Heat potential returns last 10 days of the month.

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1 hour ago, bluewave said:

We would probably want  the low to close off sooner and the trough take on more of neutral to negative tilt for the heavier rains to come further west. 

Those  Miller Bs always get us here in Philly lol

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36 minutes ago, MANDA said:

Latest Drought Monitor just released.  Expansion and addition of categories.  Severe Drought conditions now showing up for parts of this forum.  Eastern New England really taking it on the chin with rather large area of Extreme Drought.  Hopefully we can beat this back some next week.

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What's crazy is the difference just 100 to 200 miles south of NYC. Day after day of storms and tons of rain

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Some light rain this morning. Nothing to write home about but still plenty of time before we figure out what happens with the next system. Euro and GGEM were east with the heaviest rains, with the Canadian being very far east. GFS is the furthest west. We will see the models go back and fourth until we get a better picture downstream.

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3 hours ago, Euripides said:

I was not paying attention yesterday as what is supposed to rain this morning?

Woke up to nice rain coming down and see on radar that it is a nice heathy batch over a chunk of NJ and heading into LI.

‘Nice surprise to wake up to

 

The NWS forecast seemed to be sketchy.  

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