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Current Weather Conditions in the N.Y.C. Region
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The weather data shown above come from the Weather Underground network of personal weather stations. The round icons display current temperatures (°F). These stations range from Rehoboth, Delaware to Block Island, Massachusetts. This map was created primarily to help track the rain / snow line ( the 32°F isotherm ) as northeasters move up along the coast. It is also possible to see the cooling effect of sea breezes on coastal sites during the summer. Additional weather data for each station can be accessed by left-clicking on the temperature icon. You can use the map panning controls at the upper left to re-center the map viewport. These data are updated every 15 minutes. If you want to view this weather info in tablular form, click on the WU TABLE button located in the right sidebar.
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Weather Summary for July 2016
Another Hot Month - Temperatures Exceed 90°F on 15 Days
Temperatures were well above normal here in Bergenfield, New Jersey during the past
July while precipitation was a bit below the long-term mean. There were periods of
very uncomfortable heat and humidity that culminated in an extended heat wave from
the 21st to the 28th. Maximum temperatures peaked at 97°F ( 36.1°C )
on the 23rd and 24th.
Daily high temperatures met or exceeded 90°F ( 32.2°C ) on 15 days.
The average temperature was 79.0°F ( 26.1°C ). This was 2.9°F above Bergenfield's long-term mean. It has been 14 months since we saw monthly average temperatures below normal. I wonder when this endless string of warm months will finally come to and end.
The total precipitation of 4.18" ( 132.9mm ) was 0.18" below normal. We have had a deficit of 11.45" over the past 12 months. The greatest daily precipitation of 1.18" ( 30.0mm ) fell on the 29th.
Despite the intense heat, no new temperature records were set although the high of 97° on the 24th tied a record set in 1999.
You can see a detailed monthly summary in the Data Archive tab under Monthly Summaries.