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  1. A frontal boundary will cross the region tonight into tomorrow with a storm moving northward along that front. The region will likely see a general 1.00"-2.00" rainfall by the time the storm departs tomorrow. Eastern New England will likely see lesser amounts. Some pockets of amounts in excess of 2.50" are likely. The month will end on a mild note. Phoenix has an implied near 100% probability of recording just its 13th September on record with a mean temperature of 90° or above. The most recent such occurrence was 2018 with a mean temperature of 91.8°. Phoenix will record its hotte
  2. Morning thoughts... At 9:10 am, a cold front stretched from central Alabama to central Quebec. Showers and thundershowers accompanied that front. A storm will develop along that front and bring a widespread 0.50"-1.50" rainfall to much of the region from later today into tomorrow. Some areas could pick up enhanced rainfall amounts in excess of 2.50". Overall, today will be mainly cloudy with some showers and perhaps thundershowers. Steadier rain will likely develop during the afternoon or evening. Temperatures will likely reach the middle 70s across the region. Likely high temperat
  3. Clouds broke for sunshine this afternoon. In response, the temperature rose into the upper 70s and lower 80s. A frontal boundary will approach the region later tomorrow and a storm will develop along the front and move northward. Late Tuesday into Wednesday, the region will likely see a general 0.50"-1.50" of rain with some locally higher amounts. Temperatures will likely remain at generally above normal levels for the remainder of September. Phoenix has an implied near 100% probability of recording just its 13th September on record with a mean temperature of 90° or above. The most
  4. Morning thoughts... Today will be mainly cloudy with perhaps a few widely scattered showers. Temperatures will likely reach the middle and upper 70s across the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 77° Newark: 80° Philadelphia: 80° The temperature will likely remain above normal through the remainder of the month. Cooler air will arrive to start October.
  5. Tomorrow will be partly sunny and continued warm. However, Tuesday through Thursday could be a wet period. The potential exists for a coastal storm to develop that could bring 1.00" or more rain to parts of the region. Temperatures will likely remain at generally above normal levels for the remainder of September. Phoenix reached 102° today. That was Phoenix's 130th 100° day. Only 1989 with 143 such days had more. Phoenix has an implied 99% probability of recording just its 13th September on record with a mean temperature of 90° or above. The most recent such occurrence was 2018 wi
  6. Morning thoughts... Today will be mainly cloudy with perhaps a few widely scattered showers. Temperatures will likely reach the middle to perhaps upper 70s across the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 76° Newark: 78° Philadelphia: 79° The temperature will likely remain above normal through the remainder of the month. Cooler air will arrive to start October.
  7. Under partly to mostly cloudy skies, temperatures rose mainly into the middle 70s across the region. In parts of South America, a historic early spring heatwave toppled monthly records. Some monthly records included: Asuncion, Paraguay: 108° Corrientes, Argentina: 109° Foz Do Iguacu, Brazil: 102° Pozo Hondo, Paraguay: 114° ***New all-time national high temperature record*** Meanwhile, in parts of Europe, early-season snows blanketed even the lower elevations of the Alps. Temperatures will likely remain at generally above normal levels for t
  8. Morning thoughts... At 8:45 am, a shrinking area of moderate to heavy rain that had brought 0.66" rain to Wilmington was headed northward toward Allentown. Much of the rest of the region was cloudy with a few widely scattered light showers. Today will be mainly cloudy with perhaps a few additional showers. The sun could begin to break through the clouds during the afternoon. Temperatures will likely reach the lower to perhaps middle 70s across the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 74° Newark: 75° Philadelphia:
  9. Tomorrow will be mainly cloudy with perhaps a few showers and a little cooler than today. In general, temperatures will likely remain at generally above normal levels for the remainder of September. A cool shot is possible in the opening week of October, but warmer readings could return during the following week. Phoenix has an implied 90% probability of recording just its 13th September on record with a mean temperature of 90° or above. The most recent such occurrence was 2018 with a mean temperature of 91.8°. Phoenix will very likely record its hottest June-September period on re
  10. Morning thoughts... Today will be partly sunny and warm. The temperature will likely top out mainly in the upper 70s with a few lower 80s across the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 78° Newark: 80° Philadelphia: 78° The temperature will likely remain above normal through the remainder of the month. Yesterday was Las Vegas' 157th consecutive day with no measurable precipitation. That is the longest such stretch on record for that city.
  11. Temperatures rose in the 70s across the region today. Tomorrow will likely be somewhat warmer with more sunshine than today. In the Rockies, Denver reached 91° today. That surpassed the previous daily record of 89°, which was set in 1992. It was also Denver's 75th 90° or warmer day. The previous annual record was 73 days in 2012. Temperatures will likely remain at generally above normal levels for the remainder of September. A cool shot is possible to open October. Phoenix has an implied 91% probability of recording just its 13th September on record with a m
  12. Morning thoughts... Today will be variably cloudy and warm. The temperature will likely top out mainly in the upper 70s and lower 80s across the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 78° Newark: 80° Philadelphia: 79° The temperature will likely remain above normal through the remainder of this week. Denver could make a run at 90° today. 2020 has already seen a record 74 such days there.
  13. With abundant sunshine, temperatures surged into the upper 70s and lower 80s across the region today. High temperatures included: Allentown: 81° Baltimore: 81° Boston: 80° Harrisburg: 84° Hartford: 79° Islip: 79° New York City: 79° Newark: 83° Philadelphia: 81° Washington, DC: 81° Tomorrow will see similar warmth. Temperatures will likely remain at generally above normal levels for the remainder of September. A cool shot is possible to open October. Phoenix has an implied 89% probability of recording just its 13th September on record with a
  14. Morning thoughts... Much warmer weather has returned. Today will be mostly sunny and unseasonably warm. The temperature will likely top out mainly in the upper 70s and lower 80s across the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 79° Newark: 82° Philadelphia: 81° The temperature will likely remain above normal through the remainder of this week.
  15. After an unseasonably cool start, a noticeable warmup commenced. Under bright sunshine, the temperature rose into the lower 70s in many parts of the region. High temperatures included: Allentown: 73° Baltimore: 73° Harrisburg: 75° Islip: 70° New York City: 71° Newark: 75° Philadelphia: 74° Washington, DC: 73° Westhampton recorded a daily and monthly record low temperature of 32°. The previous daily record was 37°, which was set in 1962. The previous September record was 33°, which was set on September 24, 1998 and tied on September 29-30, 2000 and Septembe
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