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1 minute ago, Wxoutlooksblog said:

Hope you're enjoying it for the short time you have it.

WX/PT

It's trying to work its way into me but might stay just to my n and w. Close call here. I need it so I can run out and get something quick. If you can please send it my way. 

WX/PT

 

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From Thursdays storms pics from my neighbors.    

Yay!

Just got a flurry here in the poconos...

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13 minutes ago, Wxoutlooksblog said:

It's trying to work its way into me but might stay just to my n and w. Close call here. I need it so I can run out and get something quick. If you can please send it my way. 

WX/PT

 

It's filling in before it would have ever gotten to me.

WX/PT

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It looks like more moderate to heavy rain moving into the NYC metro from the southwest. This should push areas over 2.00" of rain that haven't made it already.

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Morning thoughts...

 

Yesterday, New York City’s Central Park measured 1.22” of rain. That broke the daily precipitation record for May 28. The old record was 1.16”, which was set in 1906. More rain lies ahead.

 

Today will be rainy and unseasonably cool. Numerous areas could set daily record low maximum temperatures. An additional 1.00”-2.00” rainfall is likely through tomorrow. Temperatures will likely top out in the lower and middle 50s in much of the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include:

 

New York City (Central Park): 53°

Newark: 55°

Philadelphia: 54°

 

Tomorrow will be mainly cloudy with some additional showers or periods of rain. It will remain unseasonably cool.

 

Record low maximum temperatures for May 29 for select locations:

 

Allentown: 58°, 1950

Atlantic City: 56°, 1946

Bridgeport: 58°, 1950

Farmingdale: 59°, 2017

Islip: 58°, 2017

New Haven: 58°, 2017

New York City-JFK: 57°, 1967

New York City-LGA: 58°, 1950

New York City-NYC: 51°, 1884

Newark: 60°, 1940 and 1950

Philadelphia: 56°, 1884

Poughkeepsie: 58°, 1990 and 2017

Scranton: 56°, 1967

Trenton: 57°, 1901

Westhampton: 58°, 2017

White Plains: 58°, 2017

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48 here in Brooklyn with showers

 

I like this weather better than the heat. This doesn't bother me at all because I have to work all weekend.

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It looks like we will get a break from the steadier and heavier rain for a while this afternoon/evening but we should start to see rain develop again overnight and into tomorrow.

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2.11” total so far in Syosset & 1.90” in Muttontown.  Currently 48 at both, feels like March outside. 

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NYC hit a high of 51 today...if it stands it will tie a record low max for so late in the season...

below is the standard record low max's from late April to mid June...

38 on 4/29/1874

43 on 5/05/1891

44 on 5/09/1977

46 on 5/25/1967

47 on 5/27/1961

51 on 5/29/1884

52 on 6/04/1945

55 on 6/13/1982

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1 minute ago, Analog96 said:

This would have been one hell of a storm in the winter. Perfect banana high setup and plenty of cold air and moisture.

Yep. This would have been a region wide 1-2 foot snowfall for many, if not more. Hopefully we can try again for that this coming winter. We'll see. At least the drought talk will come to an end. We should progressively get warmer and more humid each day starting Memorial Day. Maybe 90's on the horizon by next weekend or the following week??

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