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Morning thoughts...

 

It will be variably cloudy and hot. There could be a widely scattered afternoon shower or thundershower. Temperatures will likely reach the lower and perhaps middle 90s in most places today.  Likely high temperatures around the region include:

 

New York City (Central Park): 91°

Newark: 98°

Philadelphia: 93°

 

Normals:

New York City: 30-Year: 83.2°; 15-Year: 83.3°

Newark: 30-Year: 85.5°; 15-Year: 85.8°

Philadelphia: 30-Year: 86.6°; 15-Year: 87.0°

 

Much above normal temperatures will likely persist through mid-week.

 

Yesterday, Portland (112°) and Seattle (104°) established new all-time high temperature records. Lytton, BC set a national Canadian high temperature record of 116°. Today, Seattle and Portland will likely further increase their all-time high temperature records that they set yesterday. Lytton could challenge its record, as well.

Daily Records for June 26:

 

Portland: 100°, 2008 (Forecast: 108° to 120°)

Seattle: 91°, 2008 (Forecast: 103° to 115°) 

 

*-Forecast range is 1 sigma below and above the forecast mean.

 

The huge model spread suggests a 43% implied probability that Seattle will reach 110° and that Portland will reach 115°.

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Yay!

Just got a flurry here in the poconos...

From Thursdays storms pics from my neighbors.    

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Two numbers stick out like sore thumbs:

 

CITY SKY/WX TMP DP RH WIND PRES REMARKS   CENTRAL PARK MOSUNNY 88 72 58 VRB5 30.20F HX 94   LAGUARDIA ARPT MOSUNNY 93 69 45 S17 30.16S HX 98   KENNEDY INTL MOSUNNY 84 71 65 S18 30.20F   NEWARK LIBERTY MOSUNNY 99 69 37 SW15G22 30.16F HX 105   TETERBORO ARPT MOSUNNY 94 71 47 W10G21 30.15F HX 101   BRONX LEHMAN C N/A 93 72 49 SW7 N/A HX 100   QUEENS COLLEGE N/A 88 72 58 S13 N/A HX 94   BREEZY POINT N/A 73 N/A N/A S14G20 N/A   BROOKLYN COLL N/A 86 72 62 S12 N/A HX 92   STATEN ISLAND N/A 93 72 49 SW9 N/A HX 100  

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1 hour ago, Analog96 said:

Two numbers stick out like sore thumbs:

 

CITY SKY/WX TMP DP RH WIND PRES REMARKS   CENTRAL PARK MOSUNNY 88 72 58 VRB5 30.20F HX 94   LAGUARDIA ARPT MOSUNNY 93 69 45 S17 30.16S HX 98   KENNEDY INTL MOSUNNY 84 71 65 S18 30.20F   NEWARK LIBERTY MOSUNNY 99 69 37 SW15G22 30.16F HX 105   TETERBORO ARPT MOSUNNY 94 71 47 W10G21 30.15F HX 101   BRONX LEHMAN C N/A 93 72 49 SW7 N/A HX 100   QUEENS COLLEGE N/A 88 72 58 S13 N/A HX 94   BREEZY POINT N/A 73 N/A N/A S14G20 N/A   BROOKLYN COLL N/A 86 72 62 S12 N/A HX 92   STATEN ISLAND N/A 93 72 49 SW9 N/A HX 100  

The park hit 92 for the high. 95 here

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23 minutes ago, Analog96 said:

Yeah Same, the Park and Newark are both basically useless.

I think the Park hits 95 tomorrow and Newark 100. Looks like more of a westerly component to the wind 

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Morning thoughts...

 

After a warm night with low temperatures starting near or at daily record high values, today will be variably cloudy and hot. There could be a widely scattered afternoon shower or thundershower. Temperatures will likely reach the middle and upper 90s in most places today.  Likely high temperatures around the region include:

 

New York City (Central Park): 94°

Newark: 100°

Philadelphia: 95°

 

Normals:

New York City: 30-Year: 83.4°; 15-Year: 83.6°

Newark: 30-Year: 85.7°; 15-Year: 86.0°

Philadelphia: 30-Year: 86.8°; 15-Year: 87.2°

 

Daily Records:

New York City-LGA: 98°, 1959 and 2012

Newark: 100°, 1934 and 1959

 

Much above normal temperatures will likely persist through tomorrow.

 

The extreme heat that has been melting all-time high temperature records in the Pacific Northwest will ease its grip on Oregon and Washington as it moves further to the north and east into Canada. Parts of eastern Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, along with Alberta could see numerous record high temperatures.

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