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May 2011

Warm, Humid, August Weather Contunues with the Threat of Thunderstorms!

A Big Cool Down is Coming Sunday!

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05/31/2011

A Great Day Today in NYC!

A little cooler and lower humidity for today!

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05/30/2011

Hot and Humid for this Memorial Holiday!!

Need the sunscreen and sunblock!

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05/27/2011

A Great Start to the Memorial Day Weekend!

A Very Summer-Like Weekend of Weather!

 

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05/26/2011

Another Gorgeous Day Today in NYC!

Sunny and a litle more humid today, put on the sunscreen!!!!

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05/24/2011

The Sun Returns to NYC Today! Warmer & Humid, PM T-storms Too!

 

Sunny and Nice Wednesday & Thursday

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05/23/2011

Warm-up to the 80s on the way for the NYC area, but showers & t-storms come with it.

Keep the rain gear handy!

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05/20/2011

Sunshine with a Spotty Shower or a T-storm today in the NYC Area!

A Great Looking Weekend is Coming Up!

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05/19/2011

Hey! That Orange Globe in the Sky? It's the Sun Returning!!

 

 

 

 

 However a shower or thunderstorm threat is still possible.

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05/18/2011

Big Puddles, Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds, Coastal Flooding, Again in NYC!

Rain gear a must once again today! Allow extra time for your commute this morning and evening!

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05/17/2011

Here's the latest model guidance on the rain!

The raw, numerical data associated with the 06z UTC run of the GFS is beginning to roll in as of 5:45 a.m. -- its quantitative rainfall forecast during the 24-hour period ending at 2 a.m. Wednesday has 1.21" in Central Park... By 8 a.m. Wednesday, this total is 1.50"... There obviously will be additional rain occurring through tomorrow night, which will bolster most rainfall totals in the Tri-State Area into the 2-4 inch range... I attempted to fax you the European quantitative forecast data, which yields 3.60" for the 60-hour period beginning at 8 pm last night and ending at 8 a.m. on Thursday morning... Many here in the office share the prevailing idea that there can be many more places that wind up with closer to 4 inches, rather than the lower end of the range (or, the 2-inch value)... With a rich subtropical moisture connection, or a moisture feed that extends all the way southward to the Bahamas, the rain could come down so fast and furiously today that it may cause flash flooding --- and the kind of deluge that could lead to vehicles being submerged in flood waters, etc...

There is also the coastal flooding aspect of this storm... The easterly flow, or persistent 'fetch', will combine with the full moon tonight to bring high tides that will average 0.5 to 2.0 feet above normal... So for those who live in coastal areas, such as along the western shores of Long Island Sound, flooding will come from another source...

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